"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole."

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ABOUT US

Four Paws Doggie Daycare is a family-owned and operated, independent business providing your dog with personalized care and quality service.  You can leave your dog at  Four Paws with complete confidence, knowing that we will treat them as one of our own.    

At Four Paws we have one main goal - to provide all pets and pet parents the services and care that they need and deserve. 

No matter what type of support you and your pets require, you can count on us to meet your needs and exceed your expectations. 
 

 

WE LOVE OUR DOGS!

Our caring staff members take pride in learning the names and needs of every dog, and each one receives individualized, loving care. 

We accommodate dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages, from puppies to older dogs, including dogs with special needs.  

 

To ensure that your dog is comfortable in a daycare setting, we require that all dogs come in for an enrollment evaluation.  

 

Our indoor/outdoor facility provides over 15,000 square feet of fun!  We have nine different play areas with different toys, obstacles and smells which enable us to keep things exciting and challenging for the dogs.  Weather permitting, we always spend time outdoors, so the dogs get to play in the fresh air!  Our indoor play areas are climate controlled, and we switch our groups inside and outside every hour.   In extreme heat, we will keep breeds at risk for heat stroke in our air conditioned indoor areas, and all dogs will go out less often to keep cool inside.   In winter, we recommend that short-haired dogs wear jackets or sweaters provided by the pet parent.  We are out in all weather!  Our dogs get wet in the rain, are allowed to play in the snow and are offered the pools in the summer.

 

Our facilities support a comfortable, safe, and clean environments for our guests.  Toys, water bowls and play areas are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized throughout each day.  It is our goal to keep your pets as healthy and as safe as possible while in our care and while socializing with other dogs. 

"There is no faith which has never yet been broken, except that of a truly faithful dog."