A Tired Dog is a Really, Really Good Dog!
You’ve heard the expression “A tired dog is a good dog.” In most cases, it’s true. Dogs need more exercise than you do (and neither of you will get enough by simply fetching the paper each morning.) In fact, most healthy dogs under the age of 3 need at least two hours of aerobic exercise each day.
Daycare is available to all breeds of well-mannered, sociable dogs who love to romp and play with other dogs. The day is filled with fun, exercise, spoiling and attention in a structured environment that doesn't 'undo' all the training you've done with your pet. All dogs are 100% supervised by an experienced professional, and enjoy many hours of Play Time with other dogs in our large indoor and outdoor exercise yards. Group 'Sits', 'Waits' and naps are featured attractions throughout the day, so not only is your pet getting physical exercise - he/she is getting mental workouts and appropriate breaks as well!
Puppy KinderPlay Our Issaquah location has a separate area for puppies under 5 months of age who are too young for the high physical and arousal level of adult dog daycares and Seattle area dog parks. Puppy KinderPlay provides safe, supervised free-play and critical socializing with people and other puppies during the impressionable 10-20 week old stage. Group training exercises, potty training, good manners around people, and the ever-essential 'Quiet' training during rest periods are all featured as well. Offered several times a week, we dedicate an entire wing of our facility and our most senior professionals to your puppy in a healthy and enriched environment. Call us today to reserve your puppy's first play date!
What is required before you come in:
DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus and Leptospirosis.
Negative fecal (Test for Giardia and Parasites) exams are required yearly
Puppies must have their first two rounds of shots
Your Dog must be current on all of its vaccinations, be free of any communicable diseases, and have a negative fecal exam before the Dog stays at Jax Dog Drop. Preventative flea & tick medication needs to be regularly given to the Dog per the medications dosage directions, Fecal exams are required every 12 months, and vaccines must remain current per your veterinarian records for the Dog to continue to stay at Jax Dog Drop. Jax Dog Drop tracks the vaccine due dates of all of our dogs and will remind you when they are coming due.
Current Veterinarian records that show immunization shots and a negative fecal exam are required before any dog is allowed to stay at Jax Dog Drop.