Pampering Dog Day Care & Kennel Services
"Boarding Policies, Please Read"
Treat your pet to caring, qualified hands at our dog day care and overnight kennel services by calling Camp Canine in Taylor, Michigan. It's so much easier to enjoy your day or vacation knowing that your pet is being properly cared for and even spoiled just a little bit by our luxury pet-sitting.
Special Care for Special Pets
Our day care and boarding services are great whether you're at work, off on a weekend getaway, or on a full two-week family vacation. During your pet's stay with us, he'll receive exercise, socialize in playgroups inside and outside, swim in our bone-shaped doggy pool, and have lots of fun playing in our playground atmosphere.
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Dog Day Care
Our doggie care is great for people that are at work for more than five hours at a time and worry that their pets will become lonely, complacent, or have an accident in the house. Day care services include supervision in small groups, and dogs will be both inside and outside all day long. We can even provide medications if necessary.
Boarding includes dog day care all day, and all our boarding guests are only confined at night for eight hours in a five-foot doggy cabin fully equipped with a bed. Our boarder animals get all the benefits of our dog day care plus somebody with them during the evening to monitor your dog. We want your dog's stay to be as comfortable as possible, so if you have any special needs or requests, just ask. If you're flying out on your vacation, please let us know so we can help you with your airport shuttle and parking.
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Regular guests with us can use our unique ten-day punch card to save on stays and services. Our punch card allows you to take advantage of quick drop-off, because all you have to do is get your card punched. The discount card is good for 10 visits and does not expire. Click Here for our PUPPY PALOOZA Deal or Check out our full Price List
Rewards and Risks Associated with ANY Dog Day Care/Freestyle Boarding or Dog Park
There are many rewards related to bringing your dog to any freestyle play facility including exercise, socialization, better behaved dog after playtime and they get an abundance of attention from our staff and play time when you are away on vacation.
Like anything in life, there are also risks involved. Dogs play using their mouths and paws (claws) and dogs that are well behaved can become over stimulated and very few can become aggressive. Even through all dogs are temperament tested, there is a slight change injuries can happen. Surface scratches and small bites are not common but can happen. In rare cases, there is a chance that a dog may require medical attention. Camp Canine's staff does everything they can to keep all dogs safe and healthy. We will contact you immediately if anything should happen and if you are away, we will seek medical attention ASAP for your furbaby. Owners are responsible for all vet bills and the behavior of their dogs. There is less than a .001% chance that something could happen but we want all to be aware of the risk.
Other slight risks to taking your dog to any public place where there are other dogs is kennel cough or a parasite. We have air purifiers throughout our facility and we sanitize through the day, however, there is a slight change a dog can catch a cold (known as kennel cough) or parasite from another dog. Even through all dogs have the Bordetella vaccine and negative fecal tests up to date, in rare cases this can still happen. Please report to us if your dog is coughing or a fecal test comes back positive. Please do not bring a dog to Camp Canine or anywhere in public place until \two weeks after the cough stops. If they get a parasite, we will require a negative fecal test before they can return to Camp. There is less than a .001% chance this can happen. Please do your research on these items and know what to look for. Again, we take all steps possible to keep your dog safe and healthy at Camp Canine.