Day care will continue during this second lockdown as it is regarded as Care for the Animal. We have been told by government officials that you will NOT be fined for bringing your dog to dog day care.
We are open on Wednesday from 7am-6pm, Thursday from 11am-3pm and Friday from 7am-6pm.
We are now accepting dogs again for assessments so if you are interested, please call the centre on 8360 7112
Point Cook Dog Training & Day Care offers dog day care as part of our services during weekdays.
If your dog is bored at home, desperate to hang out with some buddies, hanging out to just run around and play all day and have a secure environment to socialise in, then this is your place!
Social interaction is very important for dogs, especially those that are young and learning to find their feet while building their confidence. Whilst puppy classes are a great opportunity to play with other pups, it just isn’t long enough and sometimes pups need at least half an hour to warm up! If you do have a shy pup who needs more time, then dog day care could help enormously.
Teenage dogs and young adults often have a yearning to play but for so many owners it can get difficult finding other nice dogs out there to play with, the dog park can be a little overwhelming for some and sometimes time just gets the better of us.
Our venue offers a safe space for puppies, active teens and adults, adopted dogs, shy dogs, those learning to build their confidence, those looking for some company and those that just don’t get a chance to see or do much during the week.
Either way, we have our indoor venue to cater for them all.
All dogs must be fully vaccinated as per our Terms and Conditions before being accepted and surgical or chemical desexing (chemical castration for male dogs only) is mandatory by 7 months of age as stated in the Code of Practice.