Do you live in Syracuse and are you looking for local day care for your dog or puppy?
The good news is there are plenty of dog daycare organizations in your area.
Below we’ve listed 6 top providers of doggie day care in Syracuse you should take a look at.
1. The Barking Orange
Situated just outside downtown Syracuse, The Barking Orange, founded by Sara Menkins, offers facilities for doggy daycare, training and grooming. The doggy care at The Barking Orange is conducted in a clean, fun and safe environment. Expect your dog to come back home really tired and while at doggy daycare, members of the team at The Barking Orange called pack leaders who hold animal CPR certifications will be supervising. Special requests such as feeding, brushing and so on can also be accommodated for.
Dog daycare runs every day and your dog needs to have a reservation. Times to drop off your dog are between 7 am – 9:30 am and between 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm is when you can pick up your pooch. Rates are available for a full day and half a day, and a number of package options are available. To give you an idea of rates, the price for a full day is $28 and for half a day it is $17. There are also options for dog daycare for 2 dogs and for 3 dogs. Do take a like at this page for full details about prices and packages available.
A requirement of The Barking Orange for its dog daycare is that your dog undertakes a screening first along with an interview. To get the ball rolling, you can contact The Barking Orange to arrange an interview and complete the application form you can find here. You need to take the completed application form with you to the interview, or email it beforehand.
2. Blue Prints Dog Studio
Inspired by the training approach of experts such as Dr Jean Donaldson and Dr Ian Dunbar, Blue Prints was started in 2000. The approach used at Blue Prints places focus on significant socialization to help develop dog behavior and on positive reinforcement, and the application of these to the dog day care it provides and to its training classes as well.
Owned by Jim and Jackie Foster and David and Melissa Spicer who are supported by a strong team of certified trainers, dog day care at Blue Prints is suitable for adult dogs and for puppies, and makes use of a facility that is 8,800 square feet in size and is made up of a number of rooms that will allow your pooch to play, socialize and take a rest. In addition, all dogs at Blue Prints are walked during the day. In terms of prices for dog day care, to give you an indication of what you can expect to pay, 1 half a day costs $18 for 1 dog, while 1 single day costs $28 for 1 dog. There are also options for multi-days and all options (half a day, single day and multi-day) are available in 10 and 20 days packages. More than 1 dog from the same household can also be catered for. You can find full details about options available and their prices here.
If you’re interested in doggy care at this provider in Syracuse, you need to ensure you and your dog/puppy meet these requirements. The day care application form you need to complete and email, or drop off to Blue Print’s premises can be download from this page.
3. K-9 Kamp
Based across two locations in New York; one on Old Bridge Street in East Syracuse and the other on Downer Street Road in Baldwinsville, K-9 Kamp is a provider of doggie day care, dog grooming, dog boarding, dog training and dog wash services. Owned by Chad Tolhurst and Lorraine Perry, K-9 Kamp’s aim is to provide your dog with ample stimulation in a safe and fun environment. It’s day care service involves a group setting for dogs that facilitates socialization and which is properly supervised. The facility has three individual play areas (both inside and outside). The outside areas are large in size meaning your dog can have a good run around with fellow canine friends.
Although dogs who are attending day care are not usually fed, you’re allowed to bring some of your dog’s breakfast that may not be finished or a snack for your pooch to eat at lunch. If you’re interested in doggy day care at K-9 Kamp, you’ll need to arrange an interview first; these are normally carried out on Monday – Friday after 6:30 pm. This step will also involve the staff at K9-Kamp meeting your dog to ensure he/she doesn’t have any problems with aggression, and also gives you an opportunity to see the premises. Do take a look at these requirements to get an understanding of what issues are covered at interview stage. You can arrange an interview by calling (315) 437-7110.
Fees for doggy day care with taxes not included are $28 for a full day for 1 dog and $17 for half a day for 1 dog. If you’re bring more than one dog, the price for a single day is $22 per dog, and for half a day it is $16 per dog. There are also prepaid package rates available for 10 days and 20 days, which you can find about here.
4. Canine Clubhouse
Canine Clubhouse was started by Paris in 2012, a lover of animals since she was a child. With ambitions to become a vet aged 5 years old, she then decided she wanted to open up a bed and breakfast for dogs when she was 10 years old, which in effect she ended up doing with Canine Clubhouse. Offering dogs a home away from home, Canine Clubhouse offers high offers dog daycare of a premium standard, boarding that is luxury and high quality grooming. Based on Horan Road, Canine Clubhouse was voted Number 1 dog boarding facility in Syracuse by Syracuse New Times in 2016.
Its facilities for dog day care involve having 2 large outdoor play areas, lots of play equipment and jungle gyms, play groups that are supervised and pack leaders in control that are trained and have certifications in first aid and CPR. Both single day and half day options are available. To give you an indication of fees, a single day costs $29, while half a day costs $20. If you require longer daycare there are plenty of options including a weekly package, 5 days package, 10 days package, 25 days package and 50 days package. Do take a look at all the options and prices that are listed without taxes added at this page.
5. Blue Collar Doggie Daycare
Debbie and Jim Miller are the owners and managers of Blue Collar Doggie Daycare. Both lovers of animals, their decision to start a doggie day care organization happened after their two dogs Khala and Shiva captured their hearts. Other staff members who work at Blue Collar Doggie Daycare are Bria Maraia who is training and grooming supervisor and Melissa O’Hare who is daycare supervisor.
With a dog daycare facility designed to provide a caring and safe environment for your dog to play with other dogs and get some rest, you can rest assured in knowing that all play areas at Blue Collar Doggie Daycare are supervised at all times, and the team will get in touch with you if any problems arise during the daycare. Options for doggie day care are available for 1 dog, 2 dogs, and additional dogs as well, both for a single day and half a day. As an example, the price for 1 dog for a single day is $25 and for 1 dog for half a day, the price is $16. Do take a look at this page for the full list of options and their prices, and policies for daycare can be found here.
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