Doggy Play Groups are the best thing to happen to dogs since the invention of the tennis ball! Dogs who used to rarely get opportunities to socialize with their own kind, now get to do so every day. Social interaction with other dogs, especially early in life, is one of the healthiest things that you can do for your dog.
People should not be disqualified from owning dogs just because they have to earn a living. The lives of dogs whose owners work all day can, however, be lonely and frustrating. If their needs for stimulation and exercise aren’t met by their owners, dogs generally take matters into their own paws. Chewing, digging, barking and escaping are all activities that relieve dog boredom. If these are some of your dog’s favorite hobbies, we can help to redirect his energy.