Doggie Daycare Services
Daycare that’s safe and fun.
Our safe, secure and caring environment is a great place for your pet to spend time with friendly people and have some fun while you’re at work or out running errands. With appealing and safe play areas that offer plenty of room to run, our premier greater Memphis dog day care locations are a great place for your pet to get some supervised play time and exercise while you do whatever you need to do.
We also offer Socialization Sessions at our Collierville, Downtown, Lakeland, and Midtown Memphis locations to help your dog acclimate to new situations, pets, and people. Our Doggie Daycare amenities are a great value at $13/day and include:
- A safe, climate controlled environment that is protected by a 24-hour fire, smoke, and heat monitoring service and sprinkler system
- Secure, outdoor play space
- Indoor dog runs
- The security of a doctor on call 24/7
Is it time for a checkup or a haircut? Our Memphis doggie day care centers offer a convenient way to take care of that when your dog is already coming to us for daycare. You can also schedule a wellness exam or grooming services while your pet is at The Pet Hospitals for Doggie Daycare. Appointments for daycare, grooming, and wellness exams can be scheduled by phone or through the Chat Now feature on our website.
While your pet does not need to be a veterinary client at The Pet Hospitals to join in on the fun of our dog daycare services, we do require that they are up to date on all of their vaccinations. We also ask that you sign a release allowing your dog to play with other dogs during supervised playtime and Socialization Sessions.
For everyone’s safety, all Doggie Daycare participants are required to be fully up to date on their Distemper, Parvo, Rabies, Bordetella, and H3N2/H3N8 (dog flu) vaccinations. In addition they must have a current flea/heartworm preventative, and negative fecal test in the past year. If you would like for your pet to participate in the group play sessions, they must also be spayed or neutered if they are over one year of age.