Day Camp at Zoomies!
At Zoomies, we let the dogs tell us how they'd like to spend their days. Weather permitting, our mornings are typically spent romping outside, followed by a midday nap and then more mellow play in the afternoon.
Each day is different based on the personalities we have in our care, their energy levels, and the weather. Some dogs, like puppies, require more down time and we make sure they get that time built into their day so they don't get overwhelmed.
Dogs are placed in playgroups that best meet their needs based on size, temperament and play style. This helps us reach our goal: to send you home with a tired dog that has had a fulfilling day, both mentally and physically.
Cater to small and medium-sized dogs (under 20 pounds)
Small groups for healthy, happy play
Enrichment activities engage dogs minds
Cozy, home-like environment reduces chance of stress
We understand that different households have different dog-care needs, so we offer both recurring monthly subscriptions and drop-in packages. Dogs that have a regular schedule with the monthly subscription are automatically plugged into our schedule and guaranteed availability.
Dogs thrive on routine and familiarity, so we encourage owners to set a schedule if they can :)
8am - 6pm Monday through Friday
(Closed to public for rest time 12p-2p each day)
Weekly attendance required
We strive to provide an enjoyable, playful and comfortable space for your dogs to spend their time. This requires a good deal of behavioral management from the staff to group dogs by energy level, age, play style, size, etc..
In the instance where we struggle to find ways to curb a certain negative behavior, a dog may be asked to stop attending daycare. This doesn't mean a dog is "bad", but not all dogs are compatible with such an environment. Daycare can be overstimulating for many dogs and lead them to engage in unwanted behaviors that we don't want to continue, both at daycare and at home.
Dogs may be asked to stop attending if they engage in the following behaviors excessively:
Barking - we are close to other homes and need to maintain a respectful noise level
Mounting - this aggravates other dogs and can start fights
Marking - some marking is expected and normal, but should not be a dog's primary activity
Playing too rough / grabbing skin with mouth - we do not want behavior that will hurt dogs
Aggression of any kind towards staff or dogs