Dog Day Out is Almost Home’s version of Doggy Daycare and it is a unique service that will provide a day filled with stimulation, socialization and fun for your dog.

Our main objective is always safety first.  Proper integration of multiple dogs require time and observation for relationships to work.  Small dogs play inside in our small dog playroom (going outside for potty breaks together), and medium and large dogs play in two outside play yards in their selected play group. Our daycare is structured in that dogs come in and have a designated place to go when they first get here, again when they are enjoying their lunch, and again before leaving for the day.  We have two play sessions per day; one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with a break at lunchtime. Dogs play in our two outside play yards and rest in their own runs.  Play groups are formed based on compatibility.  Dogs are never left alone. In the case of inclement weather, we modify our schedule and rotate in and out of our large indoor room.

Dog Day Out celebrates birthdays, and some holidays.  We look forward to having your “furry child” excited to come spend the day with us, with you at ease to leave them.

Offered Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Dog Day Out can be added to your boarding reservations.  Dog Day Out is not offered on Saturdays, Sundays and major holidays that fall during the week. It is $24 per day and we also offer package rates.

Call for more information. Reservations are required. Proof of current vaccinations must be submitted prior to arriving.

(Rabies, DHPP, Bordatella and Canine Flu Vaccines).

We are highly recommending you ask for the 3-way intranasal vaccine that protects against more than Bordetella (Canine/Kennel Cough), but also the other similar respiratory viruses: parainfluenza and adenovirus type 2.  We want them to stay protected.  A lapse in protection puts all our dogs at risk for illness.

Remember to check the dates of your dog’s flu booster shots and do not delay in boostering your dog’s influenza vaccines when it comes due.

 

Stay informed. Learn about Kennel Cough:

FACTS about "Kennel Cough"

Dr. Philip Putter, owner of Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel and Dr. Andrew Pickerstein, Associate Veterinarian at Spot On dispell some of the myths surrounding kennel cough. They discuss the benefits of bringing your dog to a doggie daycare or dog park and how best to keep your dog happy and healthy in the process.

Posted by Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel on Thursday, August 22, 2019