From Our Editors
At K9 Kingdom, doggie daycare guests spend 8 or more hours each day of group socialization and open play chasing their friends in the 8,000-square-foot climate controlled facility filled with ramps, fake fire hydrants, and fresh water. After all that, it's no wonder "lights out" is so important, when doggie daycare's guests wind down for a nap to the sounds of soft music in the center's puppy condos. Plus, dogs are grouped by size, age, and alter-egos.
Overnight guests bunk down in these same condos and can play with their daycare buddies during the day, taking breaks for naps or provided meals. They're constantly monitored by a staff trained in canine body language, who know when pups might be getting too aggressive and can make successful guesses during games of canine Charades.