Dogs age about seven times faster than humans, which is why they wear seven times as much makeup. Get your dog ready for his close-up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for three nights of night camp, composed of all-day daycare and nights in a climate-controlled bunk (a $35 value/night), and a scrub-tub bath, which includes brushing and a blow-dry (a $30 value; a $135 total value)
- $79 for five nights of night camp (a $35 value/night) and a scrub-tub bath (a $30 value; a $205 total value)
- $49 for five days of group play-style day camp in an air-conditioned environment (a $22 value/day) and a scrub-tub bath (a $30 value; a $140 total value)
All dogs must be spayed or neutered and up-to-date on their shots. Before the stay, owners must drop their dogs off for a free introductory interview. For more information, see the FAQs.
Husband-and-wife duo David and Heather Murphy have made a loving, multi-species family out of their five dogs and three children. The Murphys also encourage dogs to network with other dogs at their doggie daycamp, Texas Doghouse. Home to social, group-style dog daycare, the daycamp helps dogs bond through unstructured playtime and games of no-rules Marco Polo in the wading pools. Human attendants oversee the proceedings, doling out food and filtered water and administering necessary meds.
Dogs can stay at the doggie daycamp overnight, too, following their day of daycare with a night in a cozy bunk. Outside of boarding and daycare, the daycamp’s veteran trainer, Sammi Jo Stohler, can also teach pups how to cohabit with humans or how to avoid snakes.