Typical Day

Our program is tailored to meet the emotional, mental, and physical needs of the dogs in our care. Each day is structured so it provides a well rounded day designed to engage your dog and get him or her to interact with staff and other dogs without becoming overstimulated and in a safe fun environment.

Each day has the following components:
  • mental stimulation
  • socialization
  • learning / training 
  • time to relax
These components address the 5 behaviors a dog needs to be happy and healthy. The 5 behaviors are:
  • bite
  • chase 
  • chew
  • dissect 
  • search 
The amount of time your dog gets of each component depends on the play group they have been assigned. 

Because each dog has different needs we try to group dogs that have things in common together. We also take into consideration age, size, energy level, and play style when we are putting dogs in groups. Since a young puppy will have different needs than a dog in their prime or a senior dog we customize the day for each playgroup. We have provided a general schedule below to help get a feel of what a typical day is like. All dogs get "potty breaks" at least every 90 minutes or when they let us know they need to go

7:00am - 9:00am  Free Play during drop off window
9:00am - 11:00am Structured learning - could be anything because it depends on the group that day
11:00am - 1:00pm "Quiet Time" is for lunch, rest, and mental stimulation through chews and solitary play
1:00pm - 4:00pm Structured learning - could be anything because it depends on the group that day also when dogs get 1-on-1 time with staff.
4:00pm - 7:00pm Free play during pickup window