Toy Time!

Toy Time!

How come you don’t see toys lying all around Camp K-9? Some dogs can be toy aggressive, and don’t like to share. By keeping the toys put away until toy time, we avoid any conflicts. When we do bring the toys out, we take a small group, no more than ten...
The Flu

The Flu

Did you know your dog canget the flu just like you can? Not the same flu, of course, but dogs have their own strain called “Canine Influenza“. In 2004 the virus “H3N8” was found in dogs and is the cause of the canine flu. The doggie flu is very...
Training

Training

Training is an essential part of every dog’s life. Good obedience training makes the difference between a happy, well-adjusted dog and a terror who destroys everything in sight. If you have a dog attending Camp K-9 who is learning a basic command at home, we...
Kaylee’s Tips: Socialization

Kaylee’s Tips: Socialization

Puppies and dogs need play and socialization throughout their lives, and doggie daycare is a great place for that.  Daycare provides a safe environment for dogs to play with other pups and people and learn how to play and get along.  Daycare at Camp K-9 is kennel free...
Kaylee’s Tips: Vaccinations

Kaylee’s Tips: Vaccinations

Make sure you are ready for your doggie’s stay by checking their vaccinations in advance. Pups must have been vaccinated against rabies, bordatella, and distemper within the last 12 months to come to Camp K-9 (3 year vaccines are acceptable as well if documented...
Kaylee’s Tips: Doggone Busy

Kaylee’s Tips: Doggone Busy

When you’re making plans for a trip, here’s a handy guide to some of our busiest times. These are occasions when you will want to get your reservations in as early as possible to make sure you get a spot! Spring break, Easter, 4th of July, Memorial and...