Doggy DaycareOne reason people may choose not to bring a dog into their life is because they don’t want the dog to be alone during the day while they are at work – or they worry about not being able to exercise their dog on a regular basis.

We agree that time home alone and lack of exercise are important factors to consider when bringing a dog into your life, but they don’t need to be limiting factors. Doggy daycare, whether daily or on occasion, can be a great solution because it provides play buddies and frequent exercise opportunities.

Doggy daycare can be especially helpful if you have a dog that’s of the herding breed like Border Collies, which need constant focus and attention. Daycare is especially great for these breeds because they receive the socialization they crave and they are able to release a lot of energy with frequent exercise.

Doggy Daycare

At Rover Stay Over, we let dogs out numerous times per day to run, to chase balls and to interact with play buddies in our large, fully-fenced play areas. We also have on-site training available for dogs that need basic obedience help while they are with us.

Our customers often tell us their furry kids come home relaxed and tired, instead of hyper and in need of undivided attention. That’s a good thing, right?

Bringing a dog into your family is a big commitment, but you don’t have to do it alone. We’re all animal lovers here at Rover and believe that dogs deserve to be loved and pampered.

Happy dog owners make for even happier dogs – there are few things greater than the bond that forms between people and their pets.

Whether you’re looking for doggy daycare, vacation boarding, grooming or training, Rover Stay Over can help! Contact us to learn about more about our pet services for dogs and cats in Bellingham, Lynden and beyond.