We offer Day Care for dog owners that have a busy lifestyle and do not want their dog to remain home alone. Doggy Day Care works in much the same way as a childminder or nursery. We can either pick up or you can bring your dog to us and we will look after them for the day while you are at work or away from home. Day care is an interactive environment with dogs running and playing together. Dogs are grouped separately according to size and temperament in one of our large paddocks. Our trained Supervisors interact and observe the play in case anyone gets distressed or too boisterous.
Your dog will spend their day playing, exploring and resting with their friends. Interactive play satisfies a dog’s absolute requirement for exercise and social interaction. When you pick your dog up on the way home from work they will be tired, but happy!
The atmosphere is fun, safe and social, and is suitable for big and small, young and old.
We mostly accept friendly, social dogs that stay with us regularly. These dogs are familiar to us and we know them individually. For dogs that dont socialise well we have the capacity to provide them a fun experiencc without feeling threatended in their own space within one of our 16 exercise areas.
Please note our Day Care Service is now close to capacity and subject to availabilty - please call to discuss.
We offer a free local pick up service. We can collect your dog in the morning, give them an action-packed day and then drop them home happy and tired in the afternoon where they will sleep until you return. We can keep a set of keys so you do not need to be home during this time. This service is available in the following areas ;- Bedford,Biggleswade,Sharnbrook,Sandy, Rushden, Kimbolton & St Neots.
Don't leave your best friend at home alone all day. Bring them to Penhazy - Your dog will come home exercised, tired and most importantly, happy.
All our staff are DBS checked so you can be safe in the knowledge that your home will be visited in a professional and respectful manner.
Webpage Dedicated to Richard Thomson who sadly didnt get to finish his work.