At Fun City Dogs, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs. We are staffed to take of your dog 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff members are professional and well trained.
Read on to learn more about our super-fun daycare service and our slumber party style, free roam dog boarding service- both of which will have your dog begging to come back for more!
Don’t send your buddy to a kennel (jail) while you’re on vacation, let them be cared for in a free roam (cage free) environment. Boarding doesn’t have to be an anxious time. This is a slumber party for your dog.
After the “daytime dogs” are picked up we move back to the Overnight Room. This is a living room environment where each dog gets his own dog bed. They can also cuddle up with the staff. They are not kenneled while you are away. There is no extra charge to pet or play with your dog as this is happening constantly. The dogs run around together then curl up in their own bed for the night. The overnight room is a large space that gives each dog ample room to stretch out and sleep. The dogs are supervised 24 hours per day and are never left alone.
The only thing you will need to bring is your dog’s food and your dog. Any dogs picked up after 11am on the last day will be charged for 1 day of daycare. Consider pampering your dog with a bath or brush out when you schedule your boarding appointment.
We welcome puppies who have received their 2nd round of the Distemper/parvo vaccine and the Bordetella vaccine to start at Fun City Dogs. The Rabies vaccine is required by 16 weeks. We realize they may not be spay/neutered until they are closer to 1 years old. We do not require dogs to be spayed or neutered. At Fun City Dogs we believe our first responsibility is to the beloved dogs that use our services and products. Ensuring their safety is always our top priority! We will monitor every dog’s behavior to make sure they are safe and still enjoying daycare. If the dog is humping excessively, regardless of being or not being neutered, we will discuss attendance with that owner. Dogs in heat should stay at home during their heat cycle.