Are you out of the home for long hours leaving your dog crated, or roaming and bored?
Struggling with scheduling the exercise and playtime your dog needs to live a healthy active lifestyle?
If your dog loves to play with other dogs, but rarely has a chance to do so...
FULL DAY PACKAGES
$260 /10 Days ($26 /day)
$480 /20 Days ($24 /day)
$660 /30 Days ($22 /day)
4 hours is a Half Day of play. ($20)
Anything over 4 hours is considered a Full Day. ($28)
50% off additional dogs!
All dogs must be dropped off by 10:30AM.
For your convenience, schedule your pick up any time within our opening hours!
CONSIDER DOG DAYCARE!
The PAWSITIVE Points!
Burns energy and exercises a dog's body and mind.
Builds confidence in canine social interactions.
Provides a safe and convenient second home in case of unexpected trips and emergencies.
all prices +HST
expire in 3 months
HALF DAY PACKAGE
$90 /5 Half Days ($18 /4 hours)
$540 /30 Full Days ($18 /day per dog)
1st dog - $43/night
2nd+ dog - $22/night
Boarding fees cover 24 Hour period
starting at drop off, with 1 hour grace to pick up before incurring daycare charges.
7+ nights - $36/night
includes complimentary end-of-stay bath!
We are entirely open concept here at A Fetching Place, which means we don't have kennels of any kind. Because all of our pack members are free roaming and mingling at all times, all dogs must pass a suitability assessment to ensure they are dog-social enough to be considered a good fit for our daycare service.
Since we sleep together as a pack, we like all dogs to be relaxed and comfortable in this environment. Therefore, daycare attendance is required before overnight boarding to give them a chance to get familiar and settle in with our staff and facility.
We pride ourselves on putting the comfort of your pup first before all else, so we require semi-regular attendance. The open-concept daycare environment can be overwhelming to dogs that aren't used to it, and it can take varying amounts of time for each individual to settle in and get comfortable knowing this is a safe, fun place to be. Some dogs are so easy-going and confident that they can come sporadically without stress, but most dogs highly benefit from routine visits so that they are happy to arrive and enjoy their time, rather than being nervous, over-stimulated and stressed.
What to bring for your pup's sleepover?
Their usual food; can be pre-portioned into meals, but for stays longer than a weekend, we recommend bringing the entire bag/container.
Specific feeding instructions; we will fill out a boarding form on your first visit, then ask about any dietary changes for subsequent sleepovers.
Emergency contact info; depending on where you are traveling as well as who your travel companions are, we may need updated emergency contact info for each new boarding.
Optional, Blankets/Bedding; only if they are very attached to a specific blanket, otherwise we prefer to use our own large, comfy in-house beds.
Toys from home are prohibited as it is hard to prevent specific dogs' toys from being played with, chewed and possibly destroyed by other dogs.
BOARDING CANCELLATION POLICY
Boarding can be cancelled free of charge if we are notified at least 24 hours before scheduled drop off.
Cancellations made less than 24 hours before drop off are subject to a $25 fee.
No show: Clients who make boarding reservations and do not show without calling are subject to a $30 fee.
Open-concept facilities are considered to be a more natural environment for our domesticated canines, but are NOT suitable for every dog. For safety reasons, accepted dogs must not show any human or animal aggression, and any individuals that begin to display inappropriate behaviour will be dismissed from our daycare program.
It is recommended that the dogs have some exposure to other dogs before attending daycare to prevent it from being an overwhelming and stressful environment.
Furthermore, despite being able to tolerate the close proximity to other dogs and the high level of activity, we require all of our dogs to enjoy their time with us. We reserve the right to dismiss any dogs we feel are not comfortable and content within our facility, as the stress levels induced by being somewhere they cannot relax can be detrimental to a dogs health and general well-being.