Doggy Daycare or Overnight Boarding at Camp Canine (Up to 73% Off). Four Options Available.

Multiple Locations

Give as a Gift
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Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

Dogs roam freely in outdoor and indoor play areas at a pet resort with spa treatments, Skype, and 24-hour staff

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. Daycare must be used within 14 days of trial visit. Trial daycare must be used prior to boarding. Daycare not valid for overnight. Must pass behavioral evaluation. Must have current rabies, distemper, parvo and bordettella vaccinations. Not valid for insulin-dependent dogs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Bored animals can easily get anxious, resulting in rebellious behavior such as furniture gnawing and forming a punk-rock cover band. Quash canine caterwauling with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $18 for one night of dog boarding (a $50 value)
  • $39 for two consecutive nights of boarding and one trial day of doggy daycare (a $115 value)
  • $56 for three consecutive nights of boarding and one trial day of doggy daycare (a $165 value)
  • $70 for one trial day of doggy daycare and 10 days of daycare (a $255 value)

Camp Canine’s friendly counselors pamper pups during daytime and overnight stays. Boarders and day campers embark upon cage-free adventures at indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Large and small dogs play in separate areas, and tiny campers can rest in a nursery. Staffers supervise the dogs 24 hours a day, providing snacks, praise, and belly rubs. On some days, dogs can enjoy human experiences such as story time, pool parties, costume contests, and movie marathons. Sleepy pups can nap the day away in comfy beds, and dogs that stay for three nights or more receive a complimentary bath.

Camp Canine

Freshly back from vacation, a customer walks expectantly into the room. A golden retriever bounds clumsily up, its tongue flapping a rosy greeting and mouth stretched far back into a smile. When the dog’s owner takes up the leash, thanks the staff for caring for her energetic pup, and turns to leave, she feels a tug on the leash. Her dog has planted his feet firmly, trying to back into a sitting position—clearly, he wants them both to stay put. According to proprietor Lisa Schettino, this is an everyday occurrence at Camp Canine. After a difficult experience finding pet care for her own dog, Lisa set out to create an environment that would not only keep critters safe, but make them want to stay. Now, each Camp Canine location has a resort-style atmosphere sprawled over 9,000–15,000 square feet. Stressed four-legged friends wiggle with glee during massages, shedding stress from squeaky toys giving them the silent treatment. Against a bass rumble of purring, punctuated by canine yips, green-tea and chamomile facials drive dirt from wrinkled faces and soften wiry fur. As they wait for their next spa appointment, dogs can roam freely in a fenced-in play lot. After tearing through a maze of tunnels and obstacles, they splash into the pool and emerge to toss their cool, wet fur, bejeweling the air with spray. An air-conditioned indoor play area shelters pets from extreme heat and teenagers listening to vacuums at high volume. Owners too can rest at ease during their pets’ vacation, knowing their animals lounge in private rooms with plush bedding and staff watching 24 hours a day. They check up on their furry friends via scheduled Skype sessions and various webcams set up throughout all facilities. Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale locations also pick up and drop off pets that haven’t yet learned how to operate a manual transmission.

Camp Canine

Freshly back from vacation, a customer walks expectantly into the room. A golden retriever bounds clumsily up, its tongue flapping a rosy greeting and mouth stretched far back into a smile. When the dog’s owner takes up the leash, thanks the staff for caring for her energetic pup, and turns to leave, she feels a tug on the leash. Her dog has planted his feet firmly, trying to back into a sitting position—clearly, he wants them both to stay put.

According to proprietor Lisa Schettino, this is an everyday occurrence at Camp Canine. After a difficult experience finding pet care for her own dog, Lisa set out to create an environment that would not only keep critters safe, but make them want to stay. Now, each Camp Canine location has a resort-style atmosphere sprawled over 9,000–15,000 square feet.

Stressed four-legged friends wiggle with glee during massages, shedding stress from squeaky toys giving them the silent treatment. Against a bass rumble of purring, punctuated by canine yips, green-tea and chamomile facials drive dirt from wrinkled faces and soften wiry fur. As they wait for their next spa appointment, dogs can roam freely in a fenced-in play lot. After tearing through a maze of tunnels and obstacles, they splash into the pool and emerge to toss their cool, wet fur, bejeweling the air with spray. An air-conditioned indoor play area shelters pets from extreme heat and teenagers listening to vacuums at high volume..

Owners too can rest at ease during their pets’ vacation, knowing their animals lounge in private rooms with plush bedding and staff watching 24 hours a day. They check up on their furry friends via scheduled Skype sessions and various webcams set up throughout the Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale facilities. Those locations also pick up and drop off pets that haven’t yet learned how to operate a manual transmission.

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