We have recently expanded our doggy daycare and boarding services from our home to a new outside facility. The style of boarding is stay and play, meaning the dogs get to play a majority of the day.
The facility is in an old house, which gives it that cozy being at home feeling. The facility is climate controlled, has a monitored security system with cameras as well as a fire, smoke, CO2 and Flood alarm.
There are three boarding rooms with large, individual crates with a bed, blanket and crate cover for the dogs to stay in at night and at rest times. Each boarding room also has a camera for monitoring after hours.
There are three separate indoor playrooms and two outdoor play yards for the dogs to run around and get lots of exercise and stimulation in.
There are comfy dog beds, chairs and a couch throughout the building for the dogs to hang out on when they aren't playing!
Please look through the photos below to get a feel for where your dog will be staying and playing or call 512-214-2596 to schedule a tour!
Please be aware for safety of both you and the dogs we keep the door locked and don't allow people to enter except by appointment. The dogs get very excited and stressed when new people come in, so we want to keep the stress level down as much as possible. By making an appointment we can better control the environment and be prepared for your arrival. Thank you for your understanding.
DISCLAIMER: Due to the nature of dogs playing together, injuries are bound to happen. We do our best to separate the dogs into appropriate play groups and though injuries are rare, they do happen occasionally. We will always perform first aid immediately upon becoming aware of an injury and will notify the owners immediately. Sometimes, due to fur or the dogs not making us aware of their injury we might miss it. If this happens, please let us know within 24 hours. We perform random checks throughout the day to insure we don't miss anything, but it is possible we may still miss something. If the injury requires vet care, we will consult with the owner prior to taking the dog to the vet unless it's a life or death emergency. We do have liability insurance for instances such as this so all vet care required while a dog is in our care due to injury will be covered by our insurance.