Doggie Day Kamp & Boarding LLC
6130 Melody Rd. NE Canton, Ohio 44721
Call (330) 324-4700
Dog Day Care
The Purpose of Doggie Day Kamp is to provide a safe, fun, and stimulating social environment for dogs. Our goal is to provide your dog(s) with lots of attention and exercise. We also have a Veterinarian assistant that is available 24/7 should the need a rise. Click here Facebook to view some of our clients.
Here is a link to our mobile web site www.m.doggiedaykamp.com
Doggie Day Care is open Monday-Friday. Our business hours are 9am -5pm. Please call or email us if you have any questions or need additional acommidations. firstname.lastname@example.org or Call (330) 324-4700
*Boarding is open 24/7 - reservations required. Please click onto Kennels/Boarding for more details.
**Call or email today to Lock-in your vacations plans by booking your dog(s) vacation TODAY! Lock-in your dates NOW for the year! There is NO Deposit required to make a reservation, except on holidays. We do require a $20.00 deposit when you make a reservation for the holidays. Please call for more details. Deposits are not refundable. *We also have Notary Public service available.
You can email and request the forms that you will need to fill out; email@example.com you can fill them out when you arrive, or you can print them out now by clicking here. Paperwork for WORD forms for Word format. Click here for Paperwork for PDF.
Payments; Cash, Checks, Debit Card, and Credit Cards. 2.75 % will be added to your total when paying with credit card for Day Care and/or Boarding.
The fee for a returned check is $35.00 (Subject to change)
Business Hours Day Care 9:00am - 5:00pm
Day Care Rates
Single Full Day Visit = 9AM - 5PM =$18.00
Half Day Visits; 9:00AM - 1:00pm = $10.00 12:00pm - 5:00pm = $12.00
Late Fees; Day Care closes at 5:00pm. There will be an additional $20.00 fee for any dogs picked up from day care by 5:15pm. Your dog(s) can be picked up the following morning between the normal 9am to 11am pick up time.
***We wash and walk dogs at scheduled times throughout the day. Due to this we ask that all drop-offs, pick-up, and tours be done by appointment only! Thanks for understanding.
All rates are subject to change.
Please use the "Pay Now" button below to enter a price not listed above. Let us know if invoicing you by email is prefered for prepayment. (You do not need a PayPal account to use your credit or debit card )
You can email your reservations for doggie day care to; Daycare@doggiedaykamp.com or call us at; (330) 956-3976.
We will confirm your reservations by phone or email....... which ever works best for you.
If the weather is not so good outside...... the dogs play inside.
Doggie Day Kamp Policies
Age: All dogs must be 4 months or older for day care and/or boarding. If they are 12 weeks of age and older must be current on their shots.
All dogs over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered.
Health: All dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations (DHLP, Rabies, and Bordetella (kennal cough) and owners are required to provide proof of vaccinations. Bordetella must be giving 2 weeks prior to coming here. Kennel cough is a risk for dogs in a group setting. Rabie shots are reqiured for puppies over 6 months of age. Owners are asked to certify their pet is in good health and has not been ill with a communicable condition. Upon admission, all dogs must be free from any condition, which could potentially jeopardize other guests. Dogs will be curent on all vacinations with the Bordatella vacine required every 6 months. All dogs should be current on their heartworm preventative as prescibed by your veterinarian. Any dogs with coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge or eye discharge will need to be symptom free before returning to Doggie Day Kamp. If dog is started on antibiotics for a contagious illness, a 5 day window is required.
All dogs should be current on flee preventative treatments as prescribed by manufactures recommended frequency.
Should medical attention be reqiured as deemed by Doggie Day Kamp, a resonable attempt will be made to notify owner prior to transportation to the veterinarian.
Behavior: All dogs must be non-aggressive. Owners will be asked to certify that their pet has not harmed or shown any aggressive or threatening behavior towards any person or any other dog(s). Please remember that your pet will be spending time with other pets and the saftey and health of all animals is our main concern. A collar with ID tags is required.
Pet First Aid Awareness
It is important to have a pet first aid kit. Having a well-stocked pet first aid kit can be a key factor in your pet's well-being during an emergency. It will serve to help you you prevent further injury, lessen the chance of infection, and even save your pet's life.
You can either purchase a commercial pet first aid kit or put one together yourself. In my pet first aid classes I recommend putting one's own kit together. This way you'll know what's in it and items can be tailored to your pet. I've heard from many pet owners who have bought a pet first aid kit and didn't look through it because they just assumed it had what they would need in an emergency. That may or may not be true, but when you're in the middle of an emergency you don't want to find out you assumed wrong.
At the very least a pet first aid kit should contain the following: sterile gauze pads, gauze rolls, first aid tape, scissors, 3% hydrogen peroxide, antibacterial ointment, antiseptic wipes, eye dropper, muzzle, leash, digital thermometer, antihistamine (Benadryl or generic), and a blanket or stretcher. It should also include the address and phone number for your veterinarian as well as the nearest animal emergency center. And, be sure to have the phone number for the Animal Poison Control Center: 888-426-4435.
If you would rather buy a pet first aid kit, be sure to familiarize yourself with the contents. Take all of the items out and make sure you know what they are, how to use them, and if they're appropriate for your pet (for example, if a muzzle's included make sure it's the right size and that you know how to put it on your dog.)
The hope is that you will never need to use your first aid kit, but if you do, having it handy will save time and may save your pet's life.
If you have any questions or concerns please email us at; firstname.lastname@example.org Below is a map of our location. Not far from the Akron/Canton Airport. Directions from #77 take exit #112 (Shuffel Rd exit) go 1/2 mile and turn right onto Pittsburg, then go 1/2 mile turn left onto Applegrove, go 3.3 miles turn right onto Market, go 1 mile turn left onto Easton, go 1 mile turn right onto Melody and we are 1/4 mile down on the left.