Tour our Cagefree Boarding and Dog Daycare Centre

Tour our Cagefree Boarding and Dog Daycare Centre

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25 Comments

  1. Hi Laura. That ‘character’ is Kuma, an Akita. We don’t get very many Akita’s at Dog Daycare, simply because in our experience, they tend to be a one-owner dog, and unless the owners have socialized them well from a young age (as they obviously have with Kuma), they don’t tend to do well in group dog atmospheres.
    That being said, Kuma (and another we have that comes named Nicki) do really well with us.
    Thanks for asking!
    ~Cheryl~

  2. I used to work in a kennels/cattery and can say I prefer the cage free ideal to that of the small kennel design that I used to work around – it was a very stressful environment for both those working there and the dogs (not so much the friendly ones, but definitely for those that weren’t fond of other dogs).
    However, I don’t know how I would feel about having the dogs together in large groups 24/7 throughout the day (minus feeding). I could imagine it could be quite stressful for some dogs? Having no space/time to themselves with their own beds and toys? What about if you had two dogs for example that really didn’t get on?
    It’s an interesting idea and I suppose would work wonderfully for friendly and sociable dogs, but something else is needed for those with a little more of a risky temperament it seems.
    Great video nonetheless – was awesome to see around the facility!

  3. those plant hooks looks like a dog that jumps could get caught on them…. I don’t think I would put a dog in that situation . I have large dogs and I had 2 of my dogs get into a fight I couldn’t get them apart…. what would happen if they had a sudden fight?  the baby sitter could be killed and most likely a dog or two. I bet after a day there the dog would smell like pee.

  4. I love this! I started my pet sitting company 5 years ago, we are finally at the point of looking to establish a in house boarding facility! You have done a wonderful job at keeping it easy for the staff and comfortable for the animals! Cheers from Washington

  5. Wow, a 6 foot fence… that’s quite an accomplishment! We’ve only ever had one husky that we had to keep on leash in the backyard due to their extraordinary jumping abilities.

  6. yes i think i have an 8 foot fence my lab jumps it every morning. i keep him tied up at night because of this but he has gotten off of his collar and harness, he pulls off of it i dont know how!. nothing keeps him from running away every morning.

  7. I love this! The building design is gorgeous. I’m 15, and this is what I want to do when I grow up. SO BADLY!

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