Tail Wags Day Camp, our version of dog daycare, features a non-crowded, crate- and kennel-free environment where dogs come weekdays to play, think and rest. We’ve carefully crafted a structured Day Camp program with Heather Luedecke of Delighted Dog Training Academy. Heather is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC) with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), and an active professional member of the Pet Profession Guild. We’ve purposefully created a schedule that features a rotation of playtime, thinktime and downtime. Your dog will enjoy a day of puzzles, activities and enrichment designed to both mentally and physically stimulate your pup while including plenty of rest in between to keep them healthy and happy. And our favorite perk, our day campers can hang with their pup in our Park & Lounge at pickup for some bonus bonding!
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Our dog Day Camp features supervised playtime during which dogs are specifically chosen to play together to support socialization. We carefully watch how dogs are playing to ensure they have a healthy flow of high and low arousal, which is the best form of healthy play and doesn't trigger scuffles. While some dog daycares are “all play, all day,” we recognize the importance of regulating arousal levels in our dogs by rotating among playtime, thinktime and downtime. Our staff is trained to know when it’s time to pause play in positive ways (no loud noises or spray bottles here!) and how to use friendly methods of redirection and distraction to ensure our dogs are always happy and healthy.
We’ve created enrichment plans for our Day Care pups so that they leave not only happier but also with their mental muscles stretched. Our Park Leaders practice one-on-one training cues to replicate real-life situations so our dogs are always learning better behavior. Our structured thinktime features puzzles, problem-solving and games to help your pup learn. We keep a track record of our pups’ progress so their humans can see how much they’re growing at dog Day Camp. It’s just like camp, but for furry friends only.