Inside dog daycare – How we keep your Chicago friend safe and having fun
Whether you live in Chicago or another city in the United States, it’s clear that we are a dog loving nation. With the 4th of July coming up, parties and fireworks are inevitable. As we celebrate Independence Day, it is important for us to understand that our pets experience fireworks very differently than we do and that we have a responsibility to find ways to ease their anxiety.
City dog owners have become accustomed to sending their dogs to doggy daycare. It is a great way to ensure dogs are safe, stimulated and cared for during the hours they are away from home. This is also the solution for your dog on the 4th of July.
If you send your dog to K9 University’s dog day care in Chicago, you can rest assured that they will be well taken care of. Besides the massive outside play area, there is 3,500 square foot indoor recreation space that is a safe haven for your dog during the fireworks. All play times are supervised by professional staff and your dog will be closely monitored for signs of anxiety. Soft music is played indoors to drown out harmful noise and climate control ensures that their environment remains at a comfortable temperature at all times. Sleepovers can even be arranged in extra-large “condo kennels” if you are going to be out all night.
Key features of dog day care:
- 8,000 sq. ft. indoor recreation space and 10,000 outside play area
- Close monitoring
- Climate control
- Soft music
- Supervised play time
- 24-hour staff
Celebrate and book your dogs into their home away from home
Responsible pet ownership in Chicago has never been easier. You no longer have to worry about your dog being home alone while you are out celebrating. The K9 University offers doggy day care and boarding facilities. Contact us today for more information.