Premium Dog Day Care Services in Liverpool
Full Day Care – 7.30 am – 6:00pm
A full day of fun at doggy day care Liverpool, including structured play, agility, obedience and relaxation.
All taking place in our custom-designed indoor and outdoor play areas.
*The daycare closes at 6.00 pm, with all dogs to be collected by 5:45 pm. Late collection of more than 15 minutes will result in an additional payment of £10.00 per 15 mins or part thereof late.
Half Day Care – 5 Hours
Dogs can be dropped off between 7.30 am and 10.00am
A half-day of fun with friends at doggy day care Liverpool, inspirational training and agility, and finally a relaxing session in the sleep zone.
If you have alternative time requirements we will do our best to accommodate them.
*late collection exceeding 30mins will result in a full day charge.
minimum of 2 hours, unless part of induction plan, and are available only when we have capacity
£5 per hour
Sessions of 2 and 3 hours are also sometimes available .
These are arranged on an individual basis, and usually form part of an induction plan.
Small Group sessions for puppies from `12-20 weeks
(age is a guide only, and will depend on a number of factors)
Puppy playgroup activity sessions
(Sunday mornings, must be booked in advance)
Small highly interactive group sessions to develop all your puppy’s senses (sight, scent, socialisation, behaviour, touch, sound) . . Also providing support for new puppy owners.
We recommend the playgroup as the entry point for your pup. It is suitable for pups from vaccination to 20 weeks (and beyond if appropriate, dependant on breed).
Once your pup is approx 16 to 20 weeks (depending on breed and confidence) they may transition into the Nursery. They will be assessed during their first visit and a comprehensive transition plan for day care will be agreed with you.
Puppy socialisation is a vital part of development for your new puppy.
Socialising with other puppies, and adult dogs show your puppy how to interact, the rules of engagement, and will help them to be confident in meeting and playing with other dogs.
Habituation is about exposure to environmental stimuli. We use both audio tools for this, and real-life ‘staged’ exposure.
This is important to ensure that your puppy is exposed to sounds and experiences that they will come across as they grow, and enable them to meet that challenge with confidence, not be timid or frightened, or worse, to feel stressed by new experiences.
We are able to control these interactions to enable your puppy to embrace them at an individual pace. Spending more time on some aspects and less on others, dependant upon their reaction.
These sessions at our doggy day care Liverpool, are either individual or in very small groups. Once puppies join the main daycare, we continue this development and incorporate basic training.
Contact for further information.
Block Booking Discounts
Discounts are available on blocks of 10 sessions, these are payable in advance, and are non-refundable and not transferrable from one week to the next. Full terms and conditions are provided at booking.
Full Day 10 sessions = £225
Half day 10 sessions = £153
£42 – 2 dogs from the same family attending together (Full day)
£30 – 2 dogs from the same family attending together (Half day)
Comprehensive Training (IMDT instructors)
Price dependant upon requirement. An assessment of requirement will be undertaken. if your dog comes to day care, basic training is included in the daily rate.
We offer a range of formal classes Including: puppy, adolescent, adult obedience and a variety of show training e.g. ring craft, agility and fly ball, through to show preparation training.
Contact for further details of sessions and pricing.
One of the main reasons that dogs are given to rescue centres as teenagers, is that they have become ‘unmanageable’. This is a preventable situation.
Dogs want to learn, they actively enjoy it. Owners want to have a dog that will do as they want it to and be a pleasure to have in their lives.
This doesn’t happen without an element of hard work from both owner and dog. Here at precious paws premium doggy day care in Liverpool, we will start your dog on their journey of learning and support you to continue it at home and beyond.
Basic training also provides an element of safety for your dog, effective recall in a situation of potential risk is essential, we can provide support for you to effectively recall your dog.
Should you require more enhanced training we have links with very experienced and skilled trainers & behaviourists across Merseyside, to whom we can refer you.
A Day in the Life at Doggy Day Care in Liverpool
7:30 – 10:00
Dogs arrive for full or half-day of fun and enrichment. Gentle play to allow breakfast to digest. This enables safe digestion and preparation for the fun of the day.
Dogs will be grouped, for them to have their playmates for the day. This ensures that all dogs receive a lot of focused attention in small groups, rather than one large group. We have a high ratio of staff to dogs, and additional staff for puppy socialisation
10:00 – 10:30
Free play in groups to allow dogs time to get to know each other
10:30 – 12:00
Play in groups, rotating across indoor, outdoor free play, agility , basic training/obedience and structured play e.g scent work.
12:00 – 14:30
Lunchtime for those dogs that have lunch. Then rest time to allow for digestion, and for all dogs to have the rest and calm that they need to flourish and thrive mentally, physically and socially. Music therapy, cuddles and sleeps
14:30 – 15:30
Structured games and agility
15:30 – 16:30
16:30 – 17:30
Tea time, for those that have food with us. Rest and gentle playtime.
17:15 – 17:30
17:30 – 18:00
Grooming, and relaxation , calm and rested for collection.
17:45 – 18:00