At Canine Connection, we go out of our way to make sure your dog has a day that is balanced with play and fun as well as rest and relaxation. To do this we put your dog on a schedule where they have all of their mental and physical needs met while still getting the rest and relaxation they need.
We are one of the only daycare facilities that are open six days a week, Monday-Saturday, so even if you have to work weekends or have a full Saturday of errands to run, we are available to watch your dog for you.
We do require all new dogs to complete a minimum of a half day of daycare before you purchase a package so we can get to know your dog and make sure they are going to be comfortable in our environment.
We offer a variety of options to our daycare clients, including pay per day, half day, as well as multi day punch passes and monthly passes to help you save money. Daycare Punch Passes are available for the number of days with no expiration date, and monthly daycare is intended for those who will bring their dog every day for day care.
At Canine Connection, our top priority is the health and safety of your dog. Before you bring your dog to us for their appointment or reservation, please make sure your dog is up to date for their age on their DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies vaccinations and that we have a copy of those on file.
If you are getting your dog up to date on vaccines before coming in to us, please allow up to 48 hours for the vaccine to get into your dogs system. If your dog is not up to date and/or we do not have records on file we reserve the right to refuse service to you and your dog.
We ask that if your dog has shown any signs or symptoms of any sickness within 24 hours before your appointment/reservation, that you please call and cancel or reschedule your appointment.
Please be aware, when doing any service with us, even though we take all the precautions that we can by requiring up to date vaccines, cleaning and sanitizing daily and running air purifiers, there is still a chance that your dog may get sick while at our facility. This is because we cannot control what owners do with their dogs outside of our facility. Most canine infections have long incubation periods of usually 7 to 10 days before symptoms start to show. If a dog has come into contact with an infected dog or their bodily fluids, and then comes into our facility there is a chance that that dog could then pass infections on to other dogs in our facility. The best way to prevent this is to stay away from dog parks, make sure your dog is only interacting with other healthy dogs and get a fecal test done on your dog before coming in for boarding, daycare or training.