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Pet Degree Playgroups for Dogs
Dogs love to frolic with one another, meeting new friends and greeting familiar faces. Many people appreciate doggie social sessions as well. They can get to know other pet owners and take in the delightful sight of canines enjoying each other’s company.
When you enroll in one of our playgroups, you and your four-legged friend can participate in just such an experience. You can come in during the evening with other dogs and owners. Plus, your pooch is sure to have a blast with our many interactive toys, and our rubber floors make for especially comfortable spaces.
Sign up for one of our playgroups below:
Pet Degree playgroups take place at 2079 Clinton Street, across from our primary facility. There are two separate groups: one for small dogs and another for large dogs. Each dog playgroup meets all through the year.
Before you can enroll your furry companion in a Pet Degree stay-and-play dog daycare group, you’ll need to prove that your pet has had all of his or her vaccines. Specifically, dogs must be vaccinated against distemper, hepatitis, kennel cough, lepto, parainfluenza, parvovirus and rabies.
Additionally, your dog must be at least four months old. Plus, we’ll have to conduct an evaluation to ensure that he or she is behaviorally fit for playtime. These evaluations are free, and we warmly invite you to come in for one. And if you’d like, we can help prepare your dog for one of our groups.
Most important, these playgroups are safe for every dog and person involved. They’re monitored by our expert staff members at all times.
The Advantages of Playtime
Our pet play dog programs provide a series of important benefits. Dogs can get the exercise they need, and dog play can sharpen canines’ muscle coordination. Playgroups also teach them how to get along with dogs of various breeds.
What’s more, dogs’ brains are stimulated as they learn how to manipulate new toys and objects. Consequently, after attending our playgroups for a while, your dog might become more focused and alert, and his or her problem-solving abilities will probably get a boost as well.
In short, when a pet spends plenty of time at a dog playground, he or she often becomes happier and more affectionate. It’ll do wonders to strengthen the human-animal bond between you and your dog. For sure, your pet will really appreciate that you take him or her to all of those exhilarating playtime gatherings.