Puppy Daycare & Training
Our puppy daycare service provides your little one with companionship and care for the whole day while you are out. Your dog is picked up between
09:00 & 10:00 and returned home happy and tired from a day of fun between 17:00 & 18:00.
Your puppy will spend the day at our doggy day care site, on a beautiful farm in Pyrford, Surrey. The service is tailored to meet the developmental requirements of a young dog, balancing rest and play so not to put too much strain on his developing joints.
Dogs will have lots of fun exploring the 40-metre-long open-plan stable block and outside spaces including a yard and large, five-acre field. Our aim is to create a pretty and comfortable boutique-style day-care environment with plenty of space for dogs to rest, play and socialise under the safe supervision of The Dogfather team.
We take pups from 11 to 12 weeks of age, once they are fully vaccinated. We provide a fully supervised day care structure around the puppies needs. This includes limited play, exercise and confidence building. It is geared around the age and breed of your pup with plenty of rest and sleep in warm and comfy beds that are self contained. We also provide crates if they are crate training. We individually feed the little ones at lunchtime and can also offer individual training time of 1 hr which is split into smaller parts throughout the day resulting in a well rounded, well mannered and well socialised dog which can obey all the basic commands.
Our puppy training programs are curated by Emma Riedlinger, who holds qualifcations in dog training from the School of Canine Science and the British Institute of Pet and Dog Trainers. The training takes place at our Daycare Site in Pyrford, Surrey. Emma will collect your pup in the morning and drive him to our secure farm, where she will work with your pup on building the foundations for a healthy, well-developed dog. If you would like for training to take place at your home, then please click here to find out more about our home trainer, Tia.