AllDogs PlayCamp

Play Camp is the most fun your dog can have, away from home. But make no mistake: there’s important work that happens in that environment. It all has to do with making sure you have a well-adjusted, properly socialized, and "balanced" dog. Socialization is extremely important for all dogs. When your dog can interact playfully and respectfully with other dogs, he or she is happier and a more pleasant companion. At AllDogs, we take the time to make sure that our campers are separated into appropriate play groups: by age, size, and temperament. You need never fear that your timid dog or your new puppy will be bullied by older, bigger, or more aggressive dogs. Holly has a special talent when it comes to forming "packs" for play, and she'll make sure your dog is placed where he or she is comfortable and ready for fun. While the playcampers are receiving needed stimulation and healthful exercise, they’re also learning a great deal.

Peace Of Mind

You never have to feel guilty about leaving your dog home alone again. We’re here to make sure the time your pet spends away from you is still quality time. At the end of the day, you’ll pick up a tired but happy dog—one that’s had a fun day designed for just the right amount of exercise and relaxation.


Required Vaccinations

Whether a play camper or a guest in doggie day care, your pet must be current on all boarding-required vaccinations. Dogs must pass a temperament test to participate in day camp.

Annual Rabies

Annual DHLPP (Parvo/Distemper)

Bordatella (Kennel Cough) 6 months

Spay & Neutering is required after 18 months of age.

Training Time

One of the most valuable tools Holly has at her disposal is what she calls "the power of the pack." That refers to the innate predisposition for dogs to more or less “sort out” their status within a group of other dogs of similar age, size, and temperament. When a certain dog may be working toward resolving a behavior issue, Holly may slowly introduce him or her to a group of playcampers, closely supervising their interactions and reinforcing the good behavior she’s seeking to instill in the dog. It's just incredibly helpful to have what you might call "peer pressure" from other dogs; they instinctively teach the newcomer what works in terms of group dynamics. This natural method of behavior modification is just one more proven approach Holly uses to help each dog reach his or her potential.


Flea Policy

At All Dogs it is our goal to provide your dog with an environment that is free of disease, ticks, and fleas. We highly recommend that your dog be treated monthly for fleas with a topical treatment such as Frontline or Frontline Plus, especially through the summer months.

As a part of our check in procedure every pet is thoroughly inspected for fleas, ticks, and parasites. If we find evidence of fleas, ticks, etc.., we will treat your pet appropriately for the problem and your account will be charged accordingly.

We thank you for your help and your understanding in keeping our guests free of disease, ticks, and fleas.