Dog & Puppy Daycare
Puppy Daycare Requirements
- All puppies attending puppy day care do not require an assessment under the age of 14 weeks of age.
- They must have had their first vaccination and include the Kennel Cough vaccine.
- Please bring your vaccine card with you. Puppy Day Care available Monday to Friday.
Both areas have lots of fun activities from bubble trouble, tunnel fun, and laser light excitement, swinging tyres & toys, tasty ice blocks galore and lots more.
Puppy Day Care
Our specialised puppy play centre is the perfect place for your puppy to hangout during the day while you are at work. The puppy play centre is designed for puppies from the age of 8 weeks to 14 weeks. Our experience has shown that puppies should play together and not be mixed in the main play rooms with the older dogs until they have had the correct training and socialisation skills learnt between the age of 8 weeks to 14 weeks.
During their time with us your puppy will have special chew toys for teething, cosy beds for a nap and plenty of stimulating fun. Bring your pups lunch and we can even give them their meal in an exciting puzzle toy to keep them busy.
Dog Day Care
Why Happy Paws
Why Choose Happy Paws Dog Day Care?
Happy Paws Dog Day Care is the place your dog wants to be!
We have it all from a dedicated puppy socialisation play room, 2 separate dedicated rooms for small dogs and large dogs. A designated quiet area to rest and a spacious outdoor area for your dog to get their vitamin D, play in the paddling pools and sandpits.
The team at Happy Paws are not just dog owners we are qualified and fully trained in canine behaviour. The safety, personal care and socialisation experience for your dog is our priority.
Why Does My Dog Need an Assessment?
All dogs are required to have a 30 minute assessment to ensure that day care is the right choice for them. This gives us crucial information to see how they interact with other dogs. We want all dogs to enjoy the Happy Pawes experience and become a part of our family.
Prior to the assessment you need to complete the application form which has questions relating to health, behavior and training which we will discuss at your appointment.
I have a 10 month old puppy named Boy. He had been in some situations that seemed to cause him to be very wary or even scared of other dogs. Boy was assessed by a staff member and they confirmed it seemed boy was scared or didn’t know what to do when he met another dog.
The staff at happy paws have worked with him and since then his confidence with other dogs has increased hugely. Boy is now happy to have other dogs around and has learnt to play with other dogs as well. I couldn’t be happier with the progress boy has made. On top of that he loves his days at Happy Paws and he comes home thoroughly tired after a day of play.Kelly Tilton
My dog, Ginny, has been attending Happy Paws since she was about 6 months old. As a large breed dog, while young, she had to be careful to protect her growing bones. During this growth stage, the team at Happy Paws took great care of her– afternoon feeds, naps and small amounts of energetic play. I appreciated the extra attention given and Ginny has now grown into a big and strong dog. Ginny attends Happy Paws about 3 or 4 times per week.
As a busy professional I love to send Ginny to Happy Paws: I have the benefits and joy of owning a dog and none of the guilt for leaving a dog, all day, at home alone. While at Happy Paws, Ginny is being well socialised, trained in some obedience and plays lots with sand, water, obstacle courses and games such as fetch and hide and seek.
Ginny comes home happy and relaxed. What I appreciate the most is how each of the team, at pick up time, share a little bit of Ginny’s day with me. They tell me who she has played with, who her friends are and the activities that occurred during the day. I like this personal touch. Happy Paws has been a regular part of my life, for 3 years now and I am grateful for its great service.Linda Ward