Cage-Free Dog Daycare
Arbor Dog Daycare is a great solution for dog owners who are away during the day while their dogs remain at home without social interaction or activity. For happy and content dogs, Arbor Dog Daycare will provide your dog with plenty of exercise and socialization.
Half-day - $15 (for 5 hours or less)
Full-day - $27
5 Half-days - $69
10 Half-days - $135
20 Half-days - $259
5 Full-days - $129
10 Full-days - $239
20 Full-days - $469
50 Full-days - $1095
Our package days never expire, and all 2nd and 3rd dogs in the same household get a 25% off discount.
We do boarding differently here at Arbor Dog. Our boarding is completely cage free. We have a room that is set up like a living room with couches, chairs and dog beds for the dogs to sleep on. An employee stays in the boarding room with your dog all night. It is really like a slumber party for the dogs. Your dog is never caged or kenneled here at Arbor Dog.
Please Note, If your dog has never been here before, you must call us and schedule a temperament test before we can take your boarding request.
The boarding price is $50 that includes a full day of daycare. We offer 24 hours of on-site care which means one of our employees stays in our boarding room with all the dogs at night, so they are never left alone. On the day of pick up, if you pick up before 1:00 p.m., there will be no charge for the daycare that day. If you pick up after 1:00 p.m., a half-day of daycare charge will be added.
2nd dogs in the same household get a 25% off discount.
If your dog has never been here before, you must call us and schedule a temperament test before we can take your boarding request.
The reason we can stay cage-free and welcome all breeds is that we temperament test each dog. This way, we can weed out dogs with aggression issues and also figure out which other dogs your dog will like to play with.
All dogs that come to Arbor Dog Daycare must first pass a temperament test. This test lasts 3 hours, is free of charge and by appointment only. At the time of the temperament test, you must have records from your dog’s veterinarian showing proof of current rabies, distemper, bordetella, and a negative fecal exam.
We are currently recommending the canine influenza vaccine but not requiring it at this time.
If your dog is a puppy and is too young for the rabies vaccine, they can still come to daycare. We ask that puppies be at least 12 weeks old to attend daycare. If your dog is older than 6 months of age, he/she must be spayed or neutered.