Dog Daycare

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Best Doggie Daycare In Louisville

Canines are one of the most pack-oriented species in the animal kingdom. While your family pack is foremost in your dog’s life, nothing can substitute the happiness and health benefits that come from playing with some fellow pups. The Divine Canine’s dog daycare is designed to meet the core needs of your dog, needs that we humans, regardless of how much we love them, cannot provide. With fun and safety in mind, our daycare yards are divided between small/mild-mannered dogs, puppies, older dogs, and large playful dogs. Your dog will be able to excitedly play, or cuddle in our chill-out stations, with its pack of friends.

We take the safety of the pets in our care very seriously, so each dog must first complete a Meet & Greet to ensure that they are a good fit for Daycare.

Book your dog's Meet & Greet today for a trial day of Daycare!

Bring your dog back to school!

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Daycare Pricing And Packages

Important Daycare Information

Daycare is offered to all dogs that have passed the Meet and Greet day. Dogs over 6 months must be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccinations to participate in daycare. All daycare packages must be used within one year of purchase and are non-refundable.

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Add Ons

  • Treats

  • Puppy Postcard

  • Cuddle and Storytime

  • Walks

  • Birthday/Gotcha Day Party

  • Group Swim

  • Brain Games

  • Spa Services

Daycare Policies

Vaccinations & Spay/Neuter Policy

All dogs staying with us for grooming, daycare, or boarding must be current on rabies, distemper, parvo, and Bordatella vaccinations. Please let us know when your dog's vaccines get updated. Dogs over the age of 6 months are required to be spayed or neutered.

Accepted Breeds

We accept all breeds except purebred pit bulls, per the City of Louisville regulations.

What & What Not To Bring

● Please bring your dog’s food in an airtight container, not a large food bag straight from the store.

● Please bring any prescribed medications, along with toys, treats, a favorite blanket, etc.

We will do our best to keep your pup’s possessions clean and in one piece, but there is no guarantee.

Non-Holiday Cancellation Policy

The Divine Canine requires 24-hour advance notice of cancellation for a non-holiday boarding reservation. We understand that plans can change unexpectedly, however, we reserve the right to apply a cancellation fee equal to our fee for “No Shows” or habitual cancellation of boarding reservations.

Holiday Cancellation Policy

The Divine Canine requires additional notice of cancellation during the holiday periods of Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Year’s, and Boulder County spring break. A deposit of 50% of the scheduled stay is required at the time of booking a holiday reservation. This deposit will be non-refundable.

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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

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 both mental and physical recovery, for their overall health and wellbeing.

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