Thousands and thousands of dog owners leave their homes every day to go to work and then leave countless dogs home alone either outside or inside to amuse themselves. There's nothing whatsoever wrong with this but from time to time there appears a dog that howls, whimpers, cries, and tears the house apart in his despair and loneliness.
The neighbors complain about the sound or the barking and the operator may become so frustrated the poor dog is taken to a shelter and left there to locate a new owner. You may be remodeling your home and don't need to yoke puppy Janner with the stress of this circumstance.
Not All Are Created Equal
While all doggie daycares worth their salt will give a choice of things to do and healthy treats to the coddled canines, not all are exactly the same; or, more importantly, not all accept the same. Prices will change, as would be anticipated, ranging from $8 a day to $35 depending on if the daycare is a private center run out of someone's home or a fully staffed facility. Overnight stays may be more expensive at either institution as might weekend remains if such a program is even offered.
The principal differences in the daycares run more along the lines of that dog's will and won't be accepted. The candidate might have to pass certain tests regarding disposition and how well he plays with others.