Day Care

WHY CHOOSE US?

STRUCTURED PROGRAM

At Active K9 Academy’s Daycare program, we ensure that dogs have fun and exercise while you are at work. We are different from other daycare center in that we walk the dogs outdoors and socialise or train them. Dog parents can be assured that their dogs gets to play and go on pack walks with their buddies in school. Our day care programme is designed to enrich your dog with social skills and ensure that they are kept fit and healthy. The day typically starts off with a long pack walk of about 45 mins in the late morning. After a rest, toilet and water break, they may play and socialise with other daycare dogs (if they do not exhibit any behavioural problems).

Our dogs at the center are as serious about work as they are at play. Daycare dogs can also opt to attend training and learn basic commands, tricks and manners such as waiting at the door and walking well on lead. We also do behavioural maintenance for dogs that have previously undergone training with us. In the afternoon, our staff may bring the dogs out for training. This includes dog obedience training, basic commands and manners. Occasionally, we may also bring your dog out for excursions to the dog park, visits to the beach or excursions to other locales. You may also wish to send your dogs for swimming sessions during its stay at daycare.

HEALTH & SAFETY

Cleanliness and hygiene is taken seriously at the center. All dogs have individual crates and food bowls that are frequently washed and sanitised. We work closely with veterinarians and will inform owners of any health concerns.

The center also provides a reasonable level of comfort for your dog. The training and socialisation area is kept air-conditioned during the duration of your dog’s stay, and frequent water breaks are given to hydrate them. Our staff will also bring dogs out for frequent toilet breaks.

At Active K9 Academy, we strive to keep all dogs and our staff safe. Our staff are trained to read for behavioural signs in order to prevent fights and injuries. Our staff will keep dog parents updated if we notice any change in behaviour or conditions that your dog may be facing. Interesting moments and photos will be taken and sent to you occasionally, and we would also frequently update on our social media sites.