The best alternative for playful dogs and busy owners.
Does your pet give you those puppy dog eyes each time you go to work? When you are ready to throw in the towel after a hard day’s work, is your best friend just getting ready for some playtime and rambunctious walks since he has not been doing anything all day long?
If you find yourself in this predicament, the best solution is Grand Paws Place Doggy Day Care Services
It’s as simple as dropping your pet at our Day Camp. In here, he gets to have a lot of playtime to spend all that pent up energy. He gets supervised play at our huge fenced-in play yard. When you pick him up at the end of the day, all that he will be ready to do is cuddle up with you.
The Day Camp Features:
- Huge Indoor and Outdoor Play Sections
- Separate play areas for small and large breeds of dogs
- Nap-time to rest those tired legs after all that play
- Movie entertainment. “Friends” seem to be a favorite; it is a surprise to us too.
Note: GrandPaws Place is closed DAILY in the middle of the day for nap time. We do not schedule any drop off or pick ups during these times. Pick ups and drop offs that happen outside of normal hours will have $10 added to their total.
Half day daycare = 5 hours or less
Please plan to feed your pup breakfast and dinner at home.
Our Doggy Day Care service is considered one of our most popular offerings so give us a call today at (763) 295-4018 or click this link in order to make a reservation and secure your spot today.
“I love bringing my dog to Grandpaws place because I can tell that he loves it. Ihardly need a leash to get from the car to the front door because he is so excited to go in. He is happy”
“Shelby is a spoiled 10 year old Golden Retriever. When we travel we need to board Shelby at a clean, well run kennel that she feels comfortable with the people. Shelby loves the social time with all of her pal’s.”
“Just a quick note to thank you for taking such great care of Brandy this past weekend. She was happy to see us (and tired), but we know she had a good time…she told us so by not “poo pooing””