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All dogs sleep/nap in crate unless previously discussed with owner.
Besides potty breaks, your dog gets daily walks with other dogs. We always match up temperaments and the walks are very structured and mentally challenging.
If your dog has trained with us previously for dog aggression, it is a great opportunity to work your dog in close proximity to other dogs in a safe environment where they don't feel too much pressure, but are being challenged.
We do accommodate certain dogs that will not do well right next to other dogs walking.
We give your dog a chance to play daily with other dogs. We often slowly pair up two dogs we feel will do well together to build their confidence to joining a larger group during the same stay, or down the line.
These play groups are highly structured and always monitored. We keep play sessions short, with rests and down time together so your dog doesn't come home adrenalized due to over stimulation.
If your puppy is boarding or coming for daycare, we pair them up with other puppies we may have or our seasoned RBR dogs (our own dogs) that are good around puppies so they get the socialization that is important for their development.
If your dog is not dog friendly, no worries. They will still get opportunities daily to play fetch with us along with extra free time. Even if your dog is friendly, we will often play fetch to change things up for your dog or to get out some extra energy.
This is one of the most important elements to our boarding and daycare program to re-enforce calm, existing around distractions and to help you not lose any momentum/progress with your dog. The dogs spend time in a down stay or place command after playtime and for a few hours during the day/evening.