Doggie Daycare

Is your dog tired of the snow and ice and unhappy about going outside in the cold but tired of being couped up in the house, well maybe your dog needs a  change of pace from the same old, same old.  Why not consider a fun day at a local Doggie Daycare in your area where your dogs can play and interact with other dogs that may also be having a bit of cabin fevor. Here in our area there are a couple of places that cater to our furry frineds for a day of fun, fun, fun at Doggie Daycare. 

Lazy 5 Vets is not only a great place for all your pups medical needs. it also features boarding and of course Doggie Daycare aka Camp Wagin Tails!  They offerr a fun supervized day socializing with others dogs, giving them a much needed interaction playtime where you can check your pup with a webcam.  Oh ,  by the way, they make house calls in and around the local area so pet parents with more thanone pet can have an all in one visit at home.

You may also like Camp Bow Wow that offers care 24/7 along with the usual services.  They also have doggie house sitting for all the pups that just prefer to stay home.   Just so you know,  they hav pup cams so you can check in on your pups at any time…a definite plus.  These two Doggie Daycare centers are pretty close to where we live here in the Rowan and Cabbarus counties of N.C.  Lazy 5 is where we actually go and continue to be happy with them. 

There are sure to be several Doggie Daycare places near where you live so check them out before you leave your pups there.  Lots of place have no charge for the first time stay and most places also have not only daily rates but package rates and discounts for second dog.  Pup cams are also a must for your own peace of mind.  Most of all, don't be afraid to ask questions as you are entrusting them with your precious cargo.  If you don't feel right about the place then move on to the next one, there are plenty of them out there.  Remember you wouldn't leave your child with just anybody and for most of us, our dogs are like our kids also…only difference is they have four legs and some fur!