2 HOURS COMPLIMENTARY PLAYTIME FOR ALL NEW GUESTS!
Because we are a Cage-Free Facility, all new guests are required to come in for a Doggie Interview to evaluate their social skills and temperament.
We also include a Complimentary 2 Hours PlayTime to allow your dog to get to know our staff, facility, and fellow pups before staying with us for a full day of Doggie DayCare or spending the night with our Cageless Dog Boarding Services.
ONLINE RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE!
Please Note: This service is for current customers only! All new customers must call or email us to set up an Interview appointment. (Current Customers: Please enter the email you gave us when you registered)
Doggie Interviews are 1/2 hour scheduled appointments available Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 1PM and 3PM.
Please give us a call to make your reservation! If you are unable to schedule a time within these hours, please let us know and we are happy to find a time to accommodate your schedule.
If you have already stayed with us,
24 hour reservations are appreciated, but we can usually accommodate same-day reservations.
Please do let us know as early as possible
to assure we are staffed accordingly-
one-on-one attention and safety
are our #1 priorities!
PLAYTIME SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
In order to keep FreePlay Dogs a safe, friendly and fun environment, please observe the following rules. All guests must:
Pass our preliminary doggie interview to evaluate their social skills and temperament
All dogs must be well socialized and of a non-aggressive nature towards other dogs and people
Have proof of current vaccinations at least one week prior to staying with us
Bordetella (Kennel Cough Prevention) - 6 month booster vs. 1 year recommended
- Influenza (2 part series)
Complete and sign our Registration Forms
Be neutered/spayed if over the age of 7 months
Be over 10 weeks old - Puppies 10 to 16 weeks must have their second set of vaccinations completed
Adopted dogs must be with their new family a minimum of 1 month so as to be knowledgeable of their socialization experience, activity level, and any additional behaviors we need to be aware of
Be on an active Flea and Heartworm Control program
Be in good health
Enter and exit the facility on a leash