If you are a dog owner, you likely view your pet as an important member of your family. And if so, you aren’t alone! The United States is home to over 75 million pet dogs—more than any other country—and of those, almost half of dogs in the U.S. sleep in their owner’s beds. As such, we’re all looking for ways to improve the quality and longevity of our pets’ lives: feeding them organic pet food, taking trips to the dog park, and jogging around the neighborhood.
But why not give your dog a little pampering, too? When you send your dog to a daytime pet daycare and groomer, you can help them feel healthier and happier. Below are the top four benefits to signing your pooch up for daycare.
1. Dog daycare isn’t just for overnight boarding.
In fact, daycare for pets comes with a variety of benefits for dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. Your dog can play in an outdoor, open space, socializing with other dogs and exercising more frequently. Simply drop your pup off on your way to work in the morning, and then pick them up on the way home! You can also drop your dog off on weekends while you run errands.
Depending on the routine that you want to create for your pet, you can sign them up for daycare as often as you prefer. In addition to daytime care, overnight, cage-free boarding services are also available. Our services are designed to make your dog comfortable when they are in our care.
2. At daycare, a grooming company can give your pup a haircut.
If you or your family has a demanding schedule, bath time is one facet of pet care that often gets overlooked. In addition to general daycare, a grooming company is available on site. A professional grooming company can shampoo and trim your dog’s coat during their day of play. This saves you additional time, as well as another appointment or trip across town.
Grooming, in addition to daycare, is designed with your dog’s health and comfort in mind. At the end of the day, you’ll pick up a happy, clean cut pooch!
3. If you work long hours, daycare can help your pup stay on their routine.
Creating a consistent routine is an important part of maintaining your dog’s health. But if you have a long commute or a demanding work schedule, it can be difficult to walk, feed, and play with your dog on a regular schedule. At daycare, a professional team watches your dog and keeps their routine in mind, minimizing stress on both you and your pet.
With daycare services, you can trust that your dog—no matter their age—is being cared for by fun and qualified professionals.
4. Your dog can have extra room to romp around, leash free!
Socialization is another important aspect of your dog’s health that’s easily overlooked when you’re short on time. Daycare can give your dog plenty of space to play with other dogs. This can incorporate more exercise and socialization into your pet’s routine. They may also feel more comfortable with other breeds of dogs, making future trips to the dog park go smoother.