Your dog will be provided a 25 square foot room to sleep in at night. The rooms are spacious and allow your dog room to move around, and not feel too confined.
Wake up at 6am for bathroom duty. At 7am everyone gets breakfast and an hour break to digest and relax. Then, it’s off to daycare where the doggies get lots of one on one attention with the staff and their fellow doggie buddies. At 5pm, its dinner, relaxing and digesting. About an hour later, the doggies have a bathroom, short romp around, and then it’s lights out!
Yes! Your dog will be playing all day, draining lots of energy so they will sleep peacefully at night.
Absolutely! We ask that you bring any of the comforts from home here. If your dog feels comfortable in its crate, we say bring it!
Yes, your dog can have toys, but only in their own personal room at night and during feeding breaks. We do not keep any hard plastic or raw hides in your dog’s room, but soft plush toys and rubber toys are welcome!
Sunday’s are special days for boarding dogs. They have the run of the place, playing all day in playroom!
Absolutely! Unless other wise noted by moms and dads siblings will room together. They are supervised during feeding to ensure each dog gets their meal.
Yes, please bring your dogs food. Changing your dog’s diet can cause upset stomach, diarrhea, or even vomiting. In the event that you forget your dog’s food we do have food that we can provide. Our food is a very bland recipe in hopes to avoid any upset stomachs.
Our staff would be happy to administer any medications necessary free of charge.
We have a refrigerator at OTL in the case that your dogs medications or food must be kept cold.
You can call as much as you like! You can also log onto the web cams to check in.
Yes our facility has heat in the winter and A/C in the summer!
This Months Features!
In February, Deanna became certified as an Advanced Pet Care Technician from Pet Care Services Association!
Off The Leash received the 2009 Top Dog Award for Best Boarding Facility, Second Best Doggie Daycare and Third Best Dog Trainer… Ralph! Thanks to all who voted for us.