Our address is 955 Century Drive, Burlington, Ontario. Which is just off Harvester Road, between Burloak Drive and Appleby Line.
The home features spacious rooms for the dogs to play inside, as well as three fully fenced outdoor play areas totalling 8000 sq. ft., with bushes and lots of trees.
We have staff on site from 5am until 8pm everyday, with a fully equipped and monitored smoke and fire alarm system. We will continue to offer the same great service you've come to know and trust.
We are focused on meeting the needs of your dog, and will provide a healthy outlet for your dog in a cage free, fully supervised climate-controlled environment.
Our staff supervise playtime and encourage the development of your dogs social skills. Your dog will enjoy the day socializing with other dogs, and receive lots of love and affection.
We separate the dogs by size and temperament to insure your dog is completely safe and secure while in our care.
Drop your dog off on your way to work and pick him/her up on your way home.
Feel free to bring your dog for a couple of hours while you run errands, we can accomodate whatever you need.
We would like to meet you and your dog to ensure they’ll get the most from our doggie daycare, and we can handle any special requirements.
Once you've made arrangements for a tour of the facility please remember to bring copies of your dog's current vaccinations. There is also a form that needs to filled out prior to leaving your dog for a free one hour trial. This assessment is important so we can have a chance to see their personalities and figure out where they would be most comfortable.
Our overnight guests are not caged!
Your dog will never be left in a kennel, feeling sad, lonely or neglected. They start the day at 5am and get to play, run, and socialize with their new friends until 8pm, plus have all the comforts of home…. couches, beds, blankets.
Unlike other facilities we do not charge extra for play time, cuddle time, or treats.
Boarding dogs are to be dropped off between 6am - 11am only, that way they have the whole day to play and make friends and become accustomed to their surroundings.