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0405 144 445

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Unit 3, 7 Day Road Rockingham Western Australia

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What we expect from you

To ensure the health and safety of all the dogs at Yappy Days including your own, all dogs must fulfil the following to be eligible for day care:

 •    Behaviour – You will need to certify that your dog has not harmed or directed aggression and/or threatening behaviour at any persons or dogs.

    •    Age – All dogs must be 4months of age or older before commencing day care. Puppies must have been at home for 2 weeks prior to coming to daycare.

    •    Sex – All dogs over the age of 8 months must be neutered or spayed.

    •    Vaccination – All dogs must have an up to date C5 vaccination, with official documentation as proof.

    •    Health – You will need to certify that your dog is in good health and has been so for the last 30 days.

    •    Shelter Dogs – Adopted dogs must have been in their new home for a minimum of 3 Months prior to his/her first day care admission.  

Your dogs first day

All new dogs must be here at 7am on their first day 

This is to familiarise the dog with the environment before the other dogs arrive.

When you arrive, you will be required to pay the relevant fee for your dog(s) attendance, which is the regular day care fee. You do not need to bring anything other than a named collar and leash.

Please no choker chains as they are a hazard when playing with other dogs.

Most people ask if they can stay with their dog(s) on the first day, however we have found the best approach is simply to drop your dog off, say a cheery goodbye and leave as soon as possible for the following reasons:

    •    Your dog can be receiving mixed messages from you. Dogs are very intuitive and can tell if you are nervous or apprehensive so they will be less likely to leave your side and interact.

    •    Even though we humans have the best intentions sometimes we can interfere with dog’s interactions and body language. Best to leave it to the professionals. The staff at Yappy Days are trained at reading dog body language and know all the dog’s unique personalities and know when to intervene and when not to.

We encourage all clients to ring on their dogs first day to discuss your dogs progress and behaviour. If we are concerned we will contact you, as we certainly do not want any unhappy dogs at day care!

We do not feed the dogs throughout the day, but rather recommend that you feed them after day care. If your dog is very young or has special dietary requirements you can bring along their own meal, which we will feed to your dog in a separate area. We encourage dogs to rest half an hour before and after their meal.

At the end of the day be sure to pick your dog up before closing time at 6.30pm to avoid incurring a late pick up fee of $10 per 10minutes you are late.

Enrolment & Prices

Yappy Days is currently accepting new enrolments for small breeds.

 

Daycare rates start from $35 per day with discounts for multiple bookings /dogs.  

 

Please print and complete the enrolment form and call us to make a convenient time to meet you both - A team member will be able to discuss your dogs suitability for daycare.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will my dog do at daycare?
We provide several activities throughout the day to keep your dog occupied including sand pits for digging, shell pools for splashing, bubbles/balls for chasing, rope toys for tugging and tunnels to play hide and seek in. If your dog is feeling tired and is ready for a nap we supply plenty of warm, comfy beds, couches and crates for snoozing.

How many days can my dog attend daycare?
Regular attendance (at least once a week) at Yappy Days will help your dog feel secure and relaxed. Dogs thrive on routine. Many of our clients have told us over the years that their dog seems to 'know' what day of the week they go to doggy daycare. They can often be found waiting at the front door ready to jump into the car and be driven to a fun filled day at Yappy Days.

Are there separate areas for big and small dogs?
No - Quite simply we do not think small and large dogs roughhousing together is a safe environment for smaller doggies - therefore we limit our places to small doggies only ( under 15 kg) 

How will my dog be kept cool in summer?
We cater for all weather conditions. The staff ensure that our shell pools are continuously filled with ice and water in summer, and a large heated indoor area for winter

What if my dog needs training?
We have a list of professional trainers we can recomend. 

Will my dog be fed at day care?
We encourage all dogs to be fed at home and after attending daycare, unless they are young or have special dietary requirements. If dogs are fed in our care we encourage they rest at least half an hour before and/or after their meal.

All dogs will receive a yummy treat at home time when they use their best doggy manners and sit calmly before leaving reception.

Is there a risk of a fight?
There is always a risk. Although a lot lower than taking your dog to a park or the dog beach. We endeavour to reduce this risk by only having sterilised dogs and having a very thorough enrolment and orientation assessment process.

Can I stay with my dog in daycare on their first day?
We have found the best approach is simply to drop your dog off, say a cheery goodbye and leave as soon as possible for the following reasons;
* Your dog can be receiving mixed messages from you. Dogs are very intuitive and can tell if you are nervous or apprehensive (even if you think you are not) they are less likely to leave your side and interact.
* Even though we humans have the best intentions sometimes we can interfere with dog’s interactions and body language. Best to leave it to the professionals. The staff are trained at reading dog body language and know all the dogs unique personalities. They know when to intervene and when not to.

What can I expect on my dogs first day?
We aim to ease the transition from home to daycare by already familiarising your dog with the environment before their first day, as we offer orientations and assessments at the centre prior to your dogs first day. Just like their human counterparts dogs may take a while to warm up to in their new surroundings. They may spend most of the morning observing, this doesn’t mean they are not enjoying themselves. Other dogs will start interacting immediately with a suitable play mate. We encourage all clients to ring on their dogs first day so we can let you know how they are going. If we are concerned we will ring you as we certainly do not want any unhappy dogs at daycare!

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