A: We have a huge 5,000 sq ft indoor play space, and a secure outdoor play area.
Q: Do I need to come on the same days each week?
A: No. Some dogs come every day and others visit one day a week. We ask that your dog is booked in 24 hours in advance but we will always try and accommodate last minute bookings for our regular clients if something crops up.
Q: Can puppies come to Doggy Daycare?
A: Yes. Puppies are very welcome once they have had their vaccinations and can mix safely with other dogs. PawsDoggy Daycare is a great place for your puppy to socialise and learn to be happy around other dogs.
Q: What if my dog doesn’t mix well with the other dogs?
A: Any new dogs that appear nervous are introduced slowly to the other dogs. They only join in with group play if we feel they are ready. We only accept dogs that are sociable and we can’t accept any dogs that show aggression to either dogs or humans.
Q: Does my dog need to be obedient to attend?
A: No. It does help if your dog has at least basic obedience training but often they learn by copying the example of the other dogs at Paws Doggy Daycare.
Q: What if there is an emergency?
A: Having assessed the situation and the degree of emergency we will either call you and/or your vet, whichever is appropriate. Should your vet not be available we will use our own vet or the nearest emergency vet on call. You will be responsible for any vet expenses incurred and we therefore recommend having your own insurance.
Q: Are you open for Doggy Daycare at the weekends and holidays?
A: We are currently closed on Saturdays, Sundays although we are open some Bank Holidays. We are closed on Public Holidays.
Q: Does my dog have to be vaccinated?
A: Yes. All dogs must have their routine vaccinations plus Kennel Cough.
Q: Does my dog have to be neutered/spayed?
A: Not necessarily. All dogs play together in mixed sex groups. Staff will advise if your dog has reached a level of maturity that spaying/neutering is advisable in order to maintain attendance at Paws