The Benefits of Doggy Daycare

All dogs need attention, activity and supervision. Yet many people spend their days away from home working and running errands. Dogs are left alone all while bored and lonely. The simple solution to this is doggy daycare. We provide a chance for your dog to play, socialize, snack and nap while you’re working.

It’s really pretty simple. You drop your dog off in the morning and pick him or her up at the end of your day. Instead of loads of pent-up energy, they are tired and ready to relax with you all evening. The benefits of daycare range far and wide, such as:

  • Relief from boredom and loneliness
  • Socialization with people
  • Socialization with other dogs
  • Much-needed exercise and play time
  • Prevention of destructive behavior at home
  • Relief from guilt for pet parents

Daycare provides an effective, affordable solution to leaving your dog at home all day. Clients quickly notice the positive impact it makes of their dogs’ life. For further proof, take a look at our testimonials page or read what one of our customers said about her experience with DogTropolis below!

Owner: Leighanna Kilgore
Dog: Chakita!

Chakita loves going to DogTropolis! At first she was very timid around other people and dogs, but the socialization has made her much more confident. She loves the staff, and sometimes she’s more excited to get dropped off at DogTropolis than she is to come home! She’s been attending DogTropolis for a few years and now stays overnight at least once a week . I feel much better knowing that she gets lots of exercise, treats and love when I’m away. I appreciate each staff member’s attentiveness, as they always keep me updated if they notice any changes with her. As a frequent traveler, I can’t say enough about how flexible and easy it’s been to work with Connie, even at the last minute. This kind of personalized service certainly sets them apart! I highly recommend DogTropolis as a trusted and knowledgeable daycare, and I don’t know what Chakita and I would do without them!

For more information on daycares visit: ASPCA

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