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Doggie Daycare

There are numerous reasons for taking advantage of Doggie Daycare. It is an excellent alternative to staying home alone while the family goes to work or school. Daycare can be a great solution for a dog with separation anxiety, the youngster with tons of energy, or the older dog who needs special attention. It gives an opportunity to release energy, be social, and have fun. Daycare can help with nuisance behaviors resulting from boredom, lack of energy and social interaction.

During a day at daycare, dogs are allowed to be dogs, they can explore the various playground toys, bounce around with their buddies. We discourage behaviors such as constant barking, rough (unsafe) play, and jumping up. In a playgroup, we practice simple sits, and coming to their name with each dog. After a day of activity at Preppy Pet, most dogs are happy to settle in and snooze through the night when they get home.

Doggie Daycare Rates

  • $12.95 per pet - Small 
  • $15.95 per pet - Medium 
  • $17.95 per pet - Large 
  • $21.95 per pet - Extra Large
Preppy Pet play area are climate controlled indoor daycare and it is open 5 days a week with flexible drop off and
pick up times to suit your schedule.

Mon-Friday 7a - 7p

Lobby is closed 12p - 2p

Closed on Holidays

Buy 10 or 25 Day Pass
  Get a Discount!

     Size        10 Day Pass     25 Day Pass
Small          $124.50            $286.25
Medium      $154.50            $351.25
Large          $174.50            $411.25
X Large       $214.50            $511.25

The packages has no expirations,
you can use the day pass at your leisure.
Doggie can share and split the day
package with same size family dog.
Daycare Packages have no refunds.

What To Expect in Indoor Play

After a day of daycare your dog will most likely go home hungry, thirsty, and tired. This is normal. During play, dogs might not take the time to stop and drink as much as they should. We always have fresh water available but many dogs are too distracted with playing. Do not be surprised if your dog goes home eats and passes out. This too is normal and is probably one of the primary reasons you bring your dog to daycare. Because dogs in daycare often do not take the time to take a break, we do nap rotations in the middle of the day. The naps are two hours long and give the dogs a break from play and each other, but they are still going to need some extra sleep at home. We love feedback, so please communicate any questions or concerns that you may have. At the end of the day, we want daycare to be an enjoyable experience for you and your dog!
Daycare is similar to a contact sport for humans, except these participants are playing the game with their teeth and paws. The more active of a player your dog is the more likely they will get scratches and other marks on them. There is a playgroup supervisor in group with the dogs at all times, and we monitor each group to keep play levels as safe as possible; but sometimes things do happen. If we notice anything, we will point it out to you, but remember, they are covered in hair and we will not see everything. If you do find a mark you feel may be concerning, please let us know. Some dogs experience tender paws until they adapt to all the activity. Often times they do not let us know that their feet are sore because they are too busy playing and having a good time and only start limping once they get home. If your dog has sensitive feet let us know and we can restrict the amount of time your dog plays.