Pups4Fun Specialised Daycare is Canberra’s longest serving dog and puppy daycare facility. Located centrally in Weston Creek, we make caring for your dog easy and fun.
We put a large focus on building strong, resilient, confident and well behaved dogs and puppies. The perfect community canine citizens! Our unique program includes daily training activities and teaching dogs how to learn. For puppy owners especially, this helps cement and build on the skills we need puppies to learn while young. For older dogs as well, it can help build confidence and reduce anxiety based behaviours.
Our puppy and dog daycare puts an emphasis on our tagline of PLAY PAMPER BALANCE. Balance is the key to providing for a dogs wellbeing, through setting the right amounts of training time, play time and even pamper time. All our pups under 20wks receive a free bath and dry to get them off on the right foot for grooming. For our older dogs, you can combine your grooming and daycare all in one great facility.
What about play? Well there will be plenty of that too!
Well known puppy behaviour expert Dr Ian Dunbar suggests puppies should meet at least 100 people and dogs in their critical learning period of 6-16wks. Make it happen with Pups4Fun Specialised Daycare.
A Typical day in Daycare
7:30-9am – Dogs arrive and get acquainted with each other
9:30am – Morning Activity Session – In the morning session we play more high energy games as everyone comes in ready and rearing to go. We monitor play between individual dogs and have controlled ball games and bubble play.
11am – Morning Training Session – Our morning session includes brain games, food puzzles and individual training. This includes basic obedience, crate training and impulse control training.
12pm – Rest Session – During rest time the lights are dimmed, soft music plays and aromatherapy oils are released into the air. During this time dogs can rest after their morning sessions and have plenty of time for cuddles. Rest time teaches your dog to be calm around other dogs and encourages impulse control
1pm – Afternoon Activity Session – In the afternoon session low energy games are played, giving everyone time
to wake up after their rest.
3:30pm – Afternoon Training Session – In the afternoon we go over some of the training learned in the morning. During this time we do desensitization work, with both sounds and objects.
4:30pm – Dogs start to head home and each dog says their goodbyes until next time.
*The day maybe adjusted to suit the group of dogs on the day. Changes might include more rest breaks for puppies or less interaction for senior dogs or those recovering from surgery.
Price: $66 per day
Open Monday to Friday from 7:30-6pm.