The purpose of Dog Town Dog Daycare is to provide a safe, fun, and stimulating social environment during the weekday business hours that they miss out on when you may be at work. To ensure the safety and health of your pet and other guests, we require all guests to comply with the following rules and regulations:
TO ENROLL: First, we would love to meet your dog! Because Dog Town is a off leash facility it is important that we know the personalities of all our guests. Please call to schedule an interview for us to evaluate your dog. Before your scheduled interview, please have your vet fax us a copy of your dog’s up to date vaccination certificate. We require all dogs to have Rabies, DHLPP, and Bordatella to participate in all aspects of Dog Town, including daycare, boarding, indoor dog park and grooming. We also ask that you read and complete all the registration forms to bring with you. (Please refer to the pdf links on this page for the appropriate registration forms.) All dogs must have a complete, up to date and approved application on file. Please update your phone numbers, address, and emergency contacts as often as needed. The health and safety of each of our guests is very important to us. As a courtesy we require 24 hours notice for all reservations and the fetch mobile.
SEX: All dogs should be spayed or neutered. We understand that some dogs are not altered until an older age and we take that into consideration. There are some exceptions to dogs that are not altered. If your dog can participate in daycare without complications such as over dominant behaviors or excessive marking, then we would love to have them.
SHOTS: All dogs must have up to date vaccinations: Rabies, DHLPP, Bordatella. You may bring a copy of your pet’s veterinary records or have them faxed to 267-308-0460 or email to email@example.com.
HEALTH: All dogs must be in good health. Owners will certify that their dog(s) is(are) in good health and have not been ill with a communicable condition which could potentially jeopardize other guests. Dogs that have been ill in the last 30 days will require veterinarian certification of health in order to be admitted or readmitted. If we see an existing condition, we may separate the dog from the others until we talk with you, or obtain information from your vet. Please be aware dogs can get common colds and/or viruses very easily while playing with one another, and it is a risk you take when your dog is in daycare.
BEHAVIOR: All dogs must be non-aggressive and not food or toy protective. Owners will certify their dogs have not harmed or shown any aggressive or threatening behavior towards any person or any other dog. Please remember: your pet will be spending time with other pets and the safety of all animals is our main concern and top priority. If your pet has displayed aggressive behavior with another dog or human, please let us know. This does not mean your dog cannot come to our daycare, rather it will allow us to better observe any potential warning signs in certain situations. It is important that all forms are filled out about your dog’s behavior, and any additional information given.
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