Safe and Fun Dog Daycare
Socialization and Exercise for Your Four-Legged Best Friend
While daycare is a convenient option for our busy pet parents, it is also important to your dog’s overall wellbeing. Dogs need physical exercise and mental stimulation for maximum overall health. Without it, they tend to get into trouble. Pups that are at home all day may become bored, lethargic and may even destroy furniture or belongings. This is where we at Heritage Pet can help! After passing a free Meet and Greet, we offer Dog Daycare services for Parker, Denver, and surrounding areas. While you’re busy with work or daily tasks, we can ensure your dog is exercised and entertained.
Our Doggie Daycare is based on a colored card system to determine play groups by temperament and play style. Even if your pup is a little ruff-er around the edges, we will ensure that they have adequate playtime with other guests of their speed. Our program starts at 7:30 am sharp with playtime and nap rotations throughout the day. We pride ourselves not only on your pet’s safety and fun, but also the cleanliness of their stay in our thoroughly maintained play yards.
Free Puppy Tuesdays!
Because early socialization is so important, we are proud to offer FREE daycare for puppies ages 10 weeks to 6 months every Tuesday! Your pup must pass a free Meet and Greet day and be up to date on vaccinations. Give us a call for more details!
Treat Yo' Pet Like Royalty
Make their summer vacation (or play date) with us extra special when you take advantage of our BOGO add-on services! Whether they are here for weekend or just playing for the day, purchase an add-on service this month and get one 50% off! That means your pet will get DOUBLE the treats and have DOUBLE the fun! Book your reservation and add on those special services today!
Dog Daycare Pricing
- Full Day of Play - $33
- Half Day of Play (less than 5 hours) - $23
- Full 10 Day Package - $300
- Full 20 Day Package - $560
- Half 10 Day Package - $215
- Half 20 Day Package - $400
Lunches can be served per owner’s request. Indoor and outdoor playtimes are dependent on weather restrictions. All daycare guests must pass a Meet and Greet day. Per the State of Colorado, we require all daycare guests with us to be up to date on Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella.
The Importance of Socialization
Proper socialization with other dogs and other humans is critical to having a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted pet. With so many people spending more time at home in 2020, your furry family member may now be home alone for long periods of the day for the first time in a while, and the stress of solitude may cause anti-social habits such as destructive chewing, persistent digging, excessive barking, or other signs of separation anxiety. Pets may also show signs of stress such as drooling, attempts to escape, and pacing.
If your pet is suffering from separation anxiety or simply the boredom of home isolation after many months of company, bring them to daycare with us! Daycare provides your loved one with the pack environment they are accustomed to, creating a trusted second home for your pet while you are away. Bringing your pup to daycare with us provides all the physical, mental, and social exercise your dog needs. Give us a call to learn more about the socialization benefits of daycare.
The Importance of Resting
You may be asking – why is my pup resting and not outside with all their furry friends? Routine rest time during daycare is not only important to the health of your pet, but also for the safety of the entire pack. Resting refers to the downtime in between playtimes during daycare. This gives your pet a chance to recuperate so they do not exhaust themselves before their visit comes to an end, which is especially important for our full-day guests. Additionally, resting significantly decreases the chances of injuries within the pack. Just like with humans, rest allows for the microtears in their muscles from exercising to repair and become stronger.
We take the safety of our pets and staff very seriously. Resting is an important part of our safety guidelines, including temperament tests and dividing our daycare pups into playgroups based on this temperament and size.