Doggyland Daycare and Boarding

Doggyland Day Care

Tours Welcome Anytime Except Nap Time

What is a Sleepover?

On the busier nights, instead of having a separate luxury suite, we do what we call Sleepovers. We sleep in the bed with all the small dogs and the larger dogs have their beds in the adjoining area. We snuggle with your dog all night long. Sleepovers are every Saturday, Fridays and Saturdays during the summer and all the major holidays. For example, during Christmas we have Sleepovers every night for a week.

We Are the Largest Doggie Daycare

We have over 13,000 indoor square footage. We are the only doggie daycare in the region that has 5 different indoor and outdoor play yards, separated by size and play style. This way, your dog is comfortable being around other dogs with the same personality. 

We Have the Longest Hours

We are open 7 days a week and 363 days a year.  Our hours are from 6am to 7pm during the week and 9am to 5pm on the weekends.  We are only closed during nap time.  

How long Does My Dog Get to Play?

With the exception of a two hour nap, your dog literally Plays All Day! We also allow toys, playsets and wading pools. Some daycares do not allow toys and some daycares do not allow playing. At Doggyland, your dog gets to be a dog!  They are also never stuck inside or outside. They have the freedom to go in and out all day. Some daycares never let the dogs play inside. Some daycares only allow your dog outside access for a short amount of time.  Some daycares have the dogs outside all day long. At Doggyland, they get the freedom to choose. Your dog will be so tired from playing, your evening together will be a wonderful time to relax and reset!  And if your dog is boarding, we guarantee they will be tired enough to sleep through the night.

What Do I Bring When My Dog Is Boarding In A Luxury Suite?

We have bowls, beds and bedding. We do encourage you to bring a blanket of their own. You can even bring their own bed, if that is what makes them feel comfortable. Having something that smells like home makes them feel as if they have their own special spot at night. We are kennel free. Nevertheless, if your dog is used to sleeping in their kennel, you are welcome to bring it.

We also ask you bring their own food. It does not have to be individually bagged. We can measure it out for you. If they have a finicky appetite, we offer free parmesan cheese sprinkles. You can bring their toys and treats. Although, for safety reasons, we ask that you do not provide rawhides, real bones, rope toys or any other toys that they can chew up and choke on. You can also bring a Kong and a jar of peanut butter. We will stuff the Kong with peanut butter each night for your dog.