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Day Care

What Is Doggy Day Care?

Your pets deserve a Houston Doggy Day Care away just as much as you do, so bring them to The Dog House Pet Salon for a day of fun and excitement..

Just as with your boarders, your dog can enjoy socialization with other dogs and people, supervised play time, and Exercise, Exercise, Exercise, while giving you the peace of mind knowing that your best friend is well cared for and in good hands. All Day Care dogs enjoy the lavish comforts of cage-free boarding, soothing surround sound music, plasma television, and a large outside play area to release energy.

All Day Care penthouses, including the outside play area, are equipped with webcams so that you may check in on your loved ones at any time during the day.

Each pet will be assessed a one-time $25.00 temperament test fee to ensure that your pet is not toy, water or food aggressive or aggressive towards staff or any other pets, prior to being assigned to a specific playgroup. Once your pet is introduced to the playgroup, he/she will continue to remain with that playgroup to promote consistent socialization, a stronger bond with others in the group, and good behavior.

What Is Doggy Day Care?

Your pets deserve a Houston Doggy Day Care away just as much as you do, so bring them to The Dog House Pet Salon for a day of fun and excitement.

Just as with your boarders, your dog can enjoy socialization with other dogs and people, supervised play time, and Exercise, Exercise, Exercise, while giving you the peace of mind knowing that your best friend is well cared for and in good hands. All Day Care dogs enjoy the lavish comforts of cage-free boarding, soothing surround sound music, plasma television, and a large outside play area to release energy.

All Day Care penthouses, including the outside play area, are equipped with webcams so that you may check in on your loved ones at any time during the day.

Each pet will be assessed a one-time $25.00 temperament test fee to ensure that your pet is not toy, water or food aggressive or aggressive towards staff or any other pets, prior to being assigned to a specific playgroup. Once your pet is introduced to the playgroup, he/she will continue to remain with that playgroup to promote consistent socialization, a stronger bond with others in the group, and good behavior.