Daycare and Puppy Club
At Auntie’s Doggie Daycare here in Bamber Bridge we understand that your dog is part of your family and one of our aims is to remove the anxiety of having to leave your dog at home while you spend the day at work and provide you with peace of mind that they are well looked after and cared for in our dedicated Doggy Day Care. In understanding that people have busy lives, the service is designed with the health and wellbeing of their dog central to everything we do.
What is Doggie Daycare?
Auntie’s Doggie Daycare is a daily pet sitting service, providing high quality canine care in our specially designed and adapted dog day care facility between Monday and Friday each week* (*excluding public holidays and centre holidays).
Dogs are naturally sociable animals with each other and gain a lot of stimulation from interacting with other pooches. Auntie’s Doggy Daycare provides this interaction in a professional and sympathetic manner, using our dedicated, fully trained and employed dog care team to deliver an industry leading standard of care. Through play and interaction dogs learn canine etiquette (doggie manners!) and are soon enjoying rewarding days at day care.
To effectively provide stimulating and safe care, Aunties Doggie Daycare has some “School Rules” that must be maintained for not only the safety your dog but also our other dogs and our dog carers. These rules include neutering (Puppy club members do not require neutering due to age) and inoculation requirements as well as an assessment of behavioural tendencies.
What are the facilities?
The doggy daycare facility has a sizeable main exercise arena, two rest areas, one for those who need to rest alone and another for those more social sleepers) and various activity rooms including a dedicated Birthday Party room.
The large exercise arena has, climbing frames, slides, tunnels and plenty of space for those much enjoyed activities such as “whats in the box” to ensure your dog has a fun packed day.
Our rest areas are the pawfect place to rest and chill, complete with sleep pods and beds.
The doggie daycare is open from 7.00am and closes at 6.30pm for collections to assist those who need to get to work early and finish after 5pm.
Activities are organised on a daily basis to stimulate the dogs and these include general play, treasure hunts and puzzle games and even Doggy Birthday Party's.
Puppy daycare is a specially designed dog day care service for your young pup (12 weeks to 24 weeks) to learn the skills they need around other dogs. The Puppy Club is a slow and steady introduction for your puppy to the joys of daycare and is, over time, the perfect stepping stone to fully fledged doggy daycare membership.
In order to attend Puppy daycare your pup needs to have completed their vaccination courses and have been cleared to mix with other dogs by your vet, this is usually around 12 weeks.
Our Dog Carers provide special care to puppies, allowing times for meals and naps as required and we provide the pawfect environment for them to grow, socialise and become a well-balanced and adjusted pooch.
All puppies will start by playing with other puppies and then they will be gradually introduced to other day care dogs to experience as much as possible and get them fully socialised.
How do I join?
There are conditions that your dog must meet before we can send you an application form:
- Your dog must be neutered over 6 months old
- Your dog must have fully up to date vaccinations
- Your dog must attend at least once per week* (regular holidays accepted)
- You must have owned your dog for at least six months if an adult dog
If you are happy to meet all these conditions the process is as follows:
STEP 1: Get in touch by calling 01772 323850 or use the contact form
STEP 2: We will arrange for you to come in for a meet and greet
STEP 3: Complete the application and we will arrange for your dog to have a taster day
STEP 4: After a full day of meeting new pals and playing we will let you know how they get on and your dog will be welcomed to the Aunties Doggie Daycare family.