How Would a Doggy Daycare Benefit My Dog?

Doggy daycare provides comfortable room and board for your furry friend during the day whether you have to go away on a trip, are working long hours, or your dog needs more socialization with other dogs.

This is a great option for dog owners who can’t find a pet sitter but need some time away from home or are too busy to give their dogs the time and attention they need right now. Read on to find out about all the amazing perks that come along with doggy daycare.

 

Ultimate Comfort for Your Dog While You’re Away

When you take your dog to stay with us at Dog Dayz of California, they’ll sleep in one of two places: a luxury cabana or a luxury suite. A luxury cabana is 6 feet tall with a depth of 8 ft and remains uncovered.

There are options for multiple dogs to share a living space in larger with ultra-comfortable Kuranda cots which provide joint relief and will have them snoozing like a puppy. What’s more, we don’t charge additional fees for those things we believe every dog is entitled to – medication, food, blankets, time to play, and all the love and care in the world.

 

Doggy Training

We offer a variety of training options for your dog so you can learn how to communicate with them and encourage good behavior. From in-home private training and training camps to our board & train, there’s an option to fit everyone’s schedule and situation.

 

Doggy Daycare

Dogs, much like humans, are social animals. As a result, they need socialization to feel properly stimulated and to prevent unwanted behavior like tearing up furniture or excessive barking. Leaving your dog alone in the house all day is bound to leave them feeling bored or unhappy.

While it can be hard to fit in quality time with our furry friends while we’re at work, that doesn’t mean they can’t play with other dogs at a doggy daycare. We provide a structured environment for your dog, allowing them to interact with members of their species, take naps, and get exercise. This is like summer camp for your dog and they love every minute of it.

 

Grooming

While your dog stays with us, you have to option of having them groomed. Your dog will return home smelling fresh, clean, and happier than ever. We treat all of the dogs that stay with us with the utmost care and respect so we’ll take your instructions to heart and make sure your dog feels comfortable.

With our high-quality shampoos, spa towels, and dryers just to name a few, your dog will love every minute of their personal spa.

 

Book Your Dog a Stay at Dog Dayz of California

As dog lovers, you can be assured that we’ll treat your four-legged friend like one of our very own. Whether you can’t find the time to provide the stimulation your dog needs or you have to go away for a few days, your dogs will be safe, well taken care of, and entertained with us. Fill out our contact form online or call Dog Dayz of California for a reservation at (760) 631‐3299.

 

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7 Tips To Ensure A Great Dog Boarding Experience

Bringing your pet to Dog Dayz of California? Wondering how you can make sure your dog has a great boarding experience? Get our top tips below.

  1. Choose The Right Dog Boarding Company
    Do your research and choose a dog boarding company carefully. Above all else, your pup’s experience depends on the quality of care they receive!

 

  1. Bring Your Dog’s Preferred Food
    Make sure that you bring enough to feed your dog for as long as you’ll be gone. They’re more likely to eat if they have ready access to their preferred food.

 

  1. Bring Your Pup’s Favorite Toys & Items
    A few toys and items that smell like home can be very helpful when helping your dog adjust. You can even bring blankets, beds, and other comforting items for your dog.

 

  1. Provide Your Pet’s Medical Records
    You’ll need to prove that your dog is up-to-date on their shots and anti-parasite medications, and your pet’s medical records will also contain information about allergies and other past health issues that your dog boarding company should know about.

 

  1. Give Your Emergency Contact Information
    Make sure the boarders know how to contact you if something goes wrong if they need to ask a question, and provide them with another person’s information in case you can’t be reached.

 

  1. Talk About How To Reduce Your Pet’s Stress Levels
    Pet boarding can be stressful, even for the most well-behaved and well-adjusted dogs. So make sure that the care team at your pet boarding facility knows a little bit about what your dog likes, and how to reduce their stress. From long walks to playing with a Frisbee, this ensures your pup has a great experience and gets the care they need.

 

  1. Don’t Forget The Treats!
    Pet treats are a great way to reward your pup for good behavior, and that’s true at a pet boarding facility, too. So bring some of your dog’s favorite treats and tell the caretakers about when to give them to your furry friend.

 

Follow These Tips For A Fantastic Experience!

At Dog Dayz of California, we take great care of your furry friends. So follow these tips – and get in touch with us now to schedule your dog’s next boarding experience today! We’re dog lovers, so we promise to care for your pup like he’s part of the family!

 

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Will Boarding My Dog At A Kennel Stress Him Out?

Will Boarding My Dog At A Kennel Stress Him Out?

Heading out on a vacation or business trip? Thinking of leaving your pup at Dog Days of California, but worried about the effect that leaving your dog at a kennel may have on him?

In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about stress when boarding a dog at a kennel – and steps you can take to keep your pup safe, happy and secure while they’re at a kennel. Let’s get started.

Boarding Can Be Stressful, Just Like Any New Environment

When he first goes to a new kennel, your dog may be a little stressed out. That’s normal. Over time, your pup will adjust to his new environment and feel much more comfortable among other dogs and people.

In fact, boarding is often less stressful than leaving your dog at home alone with only periodic check-ins from a friend or family member – and it’s definitely less stressful than bringing your dog on a road trip or on a long flight.

 

Tips For Minimizing Stress While Boarding Your Dog At A Kennel

Want to make sure your dog has a great boarding experience? Here are some quick tips.

  • Choose the right facility – Choose a highly-rated local facility that is reputable and well-known in your area, and has attentive, knowledgeable, dog-loving staff members.

  • Tell the staff about your dog’s needs – All dogs are different, so tell the staff about any unique needs your pup has, including allergies, play requirements, and so on.

  • Bring familiar toys & other equipment – Familiar toys, dog beds and other such things that smell like you and your home can help comfort your pup, and make them feel more “at home” while being boarded.

What If My Dog Is Not Social?

Most kennels and boarding facilities can make accommodations for dogs that don’t get along with other dogs. For example, Dog Days of California has a “Lone Wolf” program that allows your dog to stay in a private room, play and walk by himself, and more.

 

Know How To Minimize Stress When Boarding Your Dog!

As long as you follow the tips above, choose a reputable facility, and take steps to tell the staff about your dog’s special needs, your pup is sure to be safe and sound while he is boarded in a kennel. Need to board your dog in Oceanside or the surrounding areas? Contact Dog Days of California now to get started.