Daycare dog.


Daycare is available Monday through Friday except on President's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day.

Drop off: 7:30am-9:00am
Pick up: 2:30-6:00pm


Fees and Payments

Pre-reservations are due by the 30th of the preceding month and must be prepaid or paid via our online invoicing system. Pre-reservations that are cancelled due to weather may be credited to a future stay. Pre-reservations cancelled due to an owners' schedule change are not eligible to be used towards future stays. Daycare stays that are not reserved in advance are not guaranteed, and are available only at our full price rate. All fees for random stays are due at time of pick-up. A $25.00 service charge will be applied for all returned checks.


Vaccinations and Health Requirements

We recognize that vaccine protocols have changed and many owners and Veterinarians choose to follow a three year protocol for the Core vaccines. Puppies must have 2 Distemper/Parvo vaccinations with the second one being given at least ten or more days prior to their stay. Adult dogs must be under the care of a local vet and following that vet's recommended protocol or have had a Distemper/Parvo within the last three years, or submit titre test results showing immunity to distemper and parvo. All dogs over the age of 12 weeks must submit a Rabies Vaccination Certificate dated within 3 years. State law requires that the certificate be provided, not a copy of bill/records.

Vaccines are given to help protect your dog against common canine illnesses. That said, it's recognized that vaccination is not fool proof. Some dogs simply have poor immune systems no matter how often they have been vaccinated. We follow the highest industry standards for reducing the risks of infection however Canine cough and flu is air born and highly contagious. Any dogs showing signs of illness will immediately be quarantined and may be sent home. However it needs to be understood that any dog who comes into contact with other dogs may be exposed and could develop an illness. Canine Flu and Canine Cough is transmitted in the same way the Human Cold and Flu is transmitted and is highly contagious.

If your dog is Coughing, Vomiting, or has Diahrea it may not attend daycare, as many times these symptoms are signs of Communicable illnesses. Your dog must stay home until symptoms subside, or in the case of coughing ten days after the cough is first heard. We appreciate your understanding. Any dogs showing signs of communicable illness will immediately be quarantined and may be sent home. Dogs showing signs of severe or life threatening illness, or injury, will be treated by a Veterinarian at the owners cost and may be transferred to a Veterinarians care for the remainder of the dogs stay depending on the severity of the illness or injury.

Any dog showing signs of internal or external parasites will be treated as appropriate, under a Veterinarians guidance if needed.


Weather Related Cancellations and Closures

While we are always here during regular hours and are happy to take care of your dog, our puppy bus does not run in severe weather. Our cancellation policy for our puppy bus is as follows; If Penn Manor School District is on a two hour delay or closed due to weather, our Puppy Bus program is cancelled for the day. If the school district you reside in is on a two hour delay or closed due to weather, but Penn Manor is not, the puppy bus may not be available to you however it is possible other arrangements may be able to be made such as picking your dog up at an alternative spot. Call or text the bus driver after 6 am the day of pick up to discuss. If Penn Manor School District is closed due to weather, our Daycare program for the day is cancelled.


All tours are by appointment only. While we often hear it recommended that a potential customer should stop by a facility unannounced,being a small facility we simply cannot accommodate surprise visits as many times we do not have a staff member free to conduct the tour. To do so would interrupt our time with the dogs and compromise our ability to provide safe and proper care of the dogs. We cannot, for example, put our daycare dogs away unexpectedly and for safety reasons we cannot show people our facility while the daycare dogs are in certain areas. Likewise it is stressful for our dogs, for example, if a tour occurs in the middle of mealtime. Many of our dogs, while friendly with each other, react strongly to strangers coming on site. We take pride in operating a low stress facility and simply will not compromise the dogs comfort, happiness, and exercise with interruptions. We refuse to compromise on this policy and if safety and comfort come first for you and your dogs we know you will understand!