Premium Doggy Day Care and Training Centre in Liverpool
We know that your dog is really precious to you, which is why precious paws doggy day care Liverpool aim is to ensure that every time your dog comes to play with us, he/she is jumping for joy and excitement, and can’t wait to get through the door.
We have a good few decades of experience with dogs, and we know that showing them lots of love, and cuddles are just as important as helping them learn how to play with us, and each other.
Guiding them through new experiences, and offering them different ways to play, learn and relax. Dogs like nothing more than to socialise, even those that may initially find it a bit scary, they are naturally pack animals.
With all packs there is a need for a leader, we take this role at Precious Paws Doggy daycare Liverpool, and offer structure and set rules, to make sure everyone has a fabulous time.
There are several choices of environment for your dog at precious paws doggy day care Liverpool, and we ensure that groups are small and that all dogs have a choice of where they want to play and rest.
We schedule the day like a nursery, to ensure that all aspects of enrichment are experienced. Our large indoor arena, sleep zone, puppy and older dog area, and two large outdoor arenas, with sandpits, agility equipment and toys, offer a range of activities.
All dogs are supervised constantly. We want to make sure that every dog in our care is as safe and happy as possible, we therefore only accept dogs that are up to date with all their preventative injections, worming and flea treatments.
We also assess each dog thoroughly to ensure that doggy day care is the right environment for them.
Our doggy day care provides you with excellent value for money, when compared to sitters and dog walkers.
We also provide a variety of training by an IMDT instructor, ranging from puppy to top class show training.
Puppy Socialisation & Habituation
Physical, Social and Mental Enrichment
Dogs show their emotion, whether we know how to understand it, is perhaps another matter. When dogs are bored, they can become stressed, often resulting in destructive and/or aggressive behaviour. Physical, mental and social enrichment are key to promoting a happy, healthy and confident dog.