No matter their age, size, or breed, almost every dog will reap benefits from socialization and play with other pups. But what if your dog is new to socializing or has a history of being overwhelmed by large groups of other dogs? Just because your pup may have had some less-than-perfect experiences at the dog park or daycare before doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have the opportunity to experience the mental and physical stimulation offered by playtime with furry friends.
Whether your dog is an older puppy who’s still working to master training skills or a recent rescue in need of a gentle introduction to group socialization, Structured Daycare is a more controlled approach to dog daycare.
Highlights of Structured Daycare:
Structured Daycare’s controlled and managed environment is a great option for dogs who have never been to daycare or who may have struggled to adapt to daycare during a previous visit. This small-group setting can help slowly build your dog’s comfort with group play while offering ample chances to cool down and prevent overstimulation.
Ideal candidates for Structured Daycare include:
Structured Daycare can serve as a long-term alternative to regular daycare for your dog, a gentle way to ease them into comfort with larger group daycare, or a helpful break from the stimulation and excitement of larger classes.