We encourage appropriate play; therefore, we separate dogs into appropriate playgroups: first by energy, social skills, and size.
Bigs 1, 2, & 3 playgroups are for dogs who are spayed/neutered and over 8 months, read social cues well, and are a good energy fit.
Smallville, Tinyville, and Teeny-Tinyville playgroups are for our petite guests and areas for our puppies who are navigating social behaviors.
Reservations are required for dog daycare.
Failure to cancel daycare reservations within 24 hours will result in a $10 no show fee.
To ensure that we have space for your dog on a specific day or specific days of the week is to sign up for standing reservations (also referred to an “ongoing schedule” in our online registration software). This will allow your dog to permanently be on the schedule for whichever day or days in a week that you would like. However, please remember to call if your dog cannot make the scheduled daycare reservations to avoid the $10 no show fee.
Please click below to make reservations through our online registration system.
Our lobby is available for you to enter for drop-off and pickup.
This may take an extra couple of minutes, so plan accordingly.
*Prices are subject to change at any time.
Dogs do best at daycare when they come on regular days during the week. Just like children, they make friends at daycare, and when they hang out with their regular group of friends each week (i.e., Monday, Wednesday, Friday), they are more relaxed, know the routine well, and have their own little “cliques.” We have a lot of “best friends” at daycare—some dogs play with the same few dogs for the entire day and are happy to see them on a regular basis because they all come on the same days each week!
If you are not sure if your dog would like daycare or if your dog is suited for daycare, please contact us and try a lower-energy day of a Monday or a Saturday. Lots of dogs behave differently when they are away from their parents; you’d be surprised.
Our program may not be right for every dog; Fun Fur Pets reserves the right to make this determination, but most dogs flourish in daycare. Owners should be prepared for a very tired dog when they come back to pick them up!