Dog Daycare and Boarding Policies
How to Start
Click here to create your account and then please schedule a time for a test run! This 2-hour evaluation helps us determine if District Dogs is right for your dog.
The evaluation is a complimentary two-hour play period that provides an opportunity for us to see how your pup interacts and plays with other dogs. It is fully supervised to make sure we keep all dogs safe. Any play time after the 2 hours will be charged as daycare.
District Dogs has several discounted packages for daycare. Please take a look at them here!
All dogs must have up-to-date Rabies, DHPP, and Bordetella. All dogs over the age of six months must also be spayed or neutered.
Dogs requiring vaccination updates must have them administered before the date of service or check-in.
Dogs are always supervised during playtime. We have a member of staff with all dogs at all times, even at night!
Fleas and Ticks
If a dog is found with fleas and ticks, District Dogs will administer a bath at the cost of the owner.
Daycare and Boarding Hours
We are open 7a-9p, Monday through Friday and 9a-7p, Saturday and Sunday. Holiday hours are 9a-6p.
Pick-up and Drop-off
You may pick up and drop off your dog anytime during our open hours. We have a convenient parking lot to pull in off Georgia Ave or through the alley in the back.
Before/After Hours Drop-off/Pickup
After hours drop offs and pickups may be possible on a case by case basis for an additional fee.
Reservations are not needed for daycare but are highly recommended. Reservations for boarding are required.
Boarding reservations must be canceled 7 days prior or you forfeit your 50% deposit.
Holiday and Peak Time Rates
District Dogs has a $10 extra fee for holidays and other peak times. Click here for specific dates.
Items to Bring for Boarding Dogs
Please bring only food and medication for your dog. District Dogs will provide a bed and blankets for all dogs.
If your dog needs medical care during his or her stay, we will be sure to contact you as soon as possible. In the case of an emergency, we may have to make medical decisions on your behalf. The owner takes responsibility for all medical costs associated with their dog.