What we need from you!
All dogs attending daycare to have the CORE vaccines (distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza), Rabies and Bordetella (aka kennel cough). Proof of vaccinations is required. Your vet can email them to email@example.com or your can bring a paper copy with you.
Puppies must have at least 2 set of shots or a letter from a vet stating they are approved for doggy daycare.
#2 Spay & Neuter
Puppies and dogs older than 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered. NO exceptions!
#3 Behavioral Concerns
Safety is #1 for AAH Daycare!
We specialize in socializing dogs with behavioral issues. However, we will only accept a limited number of cases at any given time. If you have any concerns regarding your dogs behavior, please contact us directly at 780-288-7875.
First Time? After we receive your registration and verify the info, we’ll contact you to schedule your Intro Day.
Pack Members? Reservations are required, please use our online form or call us directly at 780-288-7875.
#5 What Else?
We are looking forward to meeting you and your furry friend. But first, check out some of the nitty gritty details below to set you up for success on your first day!
The Nitty Gritty Details
- Dog must not be human aggressive or have a biting history toward humans or other dogs. If this is the case with your dog, we can meet with you and set up one of our Day Training Programs.
- Training fees will apply for dogs with behavioral concerns.
- Daycare second dog discounts do not apply for dogs with behavioral concerns.
- Reservations are required. Drop-ins are not allowed.
- Ensure all belongings are labelled and marked.
- We are not responsible for losses, damaged leashes or collars etc.
- Drop off times are from 7am to 9:30am.
- Pick up time are from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
- Pick ups after 6:30pm are subject to a $10 late fee.
Monday - Friday 7:00am-6:30pm
Weekends - closed
Please check out our wide array of Workshops, Socials & Training Programs
ABC's & 1,2,3's
A. Label All Belonging:
In order to keep track of all your dogs items, it’s important to label them. If you own a generic leash, like a solid black one, or a plain choke chain or collar, use a tag or colorful ribbon; this will help us ensure it doesn’t get mixed up or lost.
2. Business First:
Coming to daycare is always exciting! So please give your dog a chance to have a potty break before entering. Your pup will be much happier and relaxed, and it will help us keep clean and smelling fresh!
C. Keep Fido on leash:
When dropping your dog off for daycare, we ask that you bring their leash with you and that you leave it attached until the staff removes it. Sometimes, your pup may be extra excited to come and play but it can be unsafe if we simply let them come charging into the pen. To ensure proper safety and control, we may have to bring your dog into the pen on leash. This is particularly important because some of the dogs may be working on their dog to dog skills, and we need to maintain the appropriate energy level.
Drop Off 101
Drop off time for daycare is from 7am until 11am. This helps us with numerous factors like establishing a proper pack bond between all of the dogs.
Pickup time typically starts around 4:30pm-4pm and ends at 6:30pm. ** All dogs picked up after 6:30pm will be charged a $10 late fee.
After you’ve booked your reservation and dropped your dog off at daycare, we ask that you sign them in. Our sign-in sheet is located at the front desk beside the computer and is sorted alphabetically by last name. This helps us keep track of several important things throughout the day:
- Allergies and/or food restrictions:
Please make a note on the sign-in sheet in the box marked “Things We Should Know” and let the staff know if your dog has any allergies or food restrictions that we should be aware of.
- Early pick-up, alternate person for pick-up:
Please make a note in the box marked “Things We Should Know” if you’re picking your pup up earlier than usual or if someone else is coming to pick them up for you. (early pick up is still considered a full day on your full day pass)
- Sore spots, upset tummy:
Please make a note in the box marked “Allergies/Other” and let the staff know if your dog is feeling any discomfort like a sore foot or if their tummy isn’t one hundred percent.
Dogs are one of the most social beings on the planet. They love to play and interact with one another. We believe the best doggy daycare experience is one spent in a structured and safe enviroment. So, in order to keep everyone safe, we may remove your dog from Gen Pop and place them in a separate pen or kennel for some rest or a time out.
Our team of experienced leaders are experts in the art of canine meet & greets to ensure your dog gets off to the best start! Safety is #1
OUT DOOR POTTY
We want to provide your dog with the best daycare experience possible, this is why we offer a place to "read the daily news". Our outside potty space is clean, natural and secure with shade and a doggy pool in the summer! It can also help with House training too, why let someone undo all your hard work.
A STRUCTURED DAYCARE
So quiet you could hear a pin drop!
We have an amazing team of leaders who can maintain an environment where dogs of all walks of life can exist in harmony with one other. In our humble opinion, a calm and stress-free atmosphere should be an industry standard.
Amanda & Katherine are our on-site trainers. They are experts in their field dealing with 100's of dogs from all walks of life. Even the most challenging of dogs have the right to have play time and proper socialization to help to create balance within the dog. Come for a FREE assessment if you have any concerns whether your dog would benefit from coming to daycare. We also have Day Training Packages available, see our Programs here for more details.