Frequently Asked Questions
What does my pup need to play and stay at Woof's?
Up to date Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, and Bordetella (every 6 months) vaccinations
Active flea and tick treatment
Pups over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered
All pups must participate in a FREE Meet & Greet
What is a Meet & Greet?
A Meet & Greet at Woof’s is a slow introduction of your pup into our play groups to ensure the safety of all pups and determine which yard they will enjoy most based on their energy level, size, and play style. Your pup can stay for a half day or a full day when they come in for their Meet & Greet. After the Meet & Greet, a team member will go over how your pup played, answer any questions you have, and discuss which DayPlay options will work best for you.
What do I need to bring with me when I drop my pup off?
For DayPlay, just bring your pup on a leash! If your pup will need lunch or dinner, please bring their food in a container labeled with their name.
For NightStay, you can bring anything that will make your pup feel more at home. Each suite has a Kuranda bed for your pup's comfort. We also encourage you to bring your own food since that is what you pup is used to eating. But don't worry, if you forget food, we've got you covered!
Can we take a tour?
Absolutely! We recommend stopping in between 10 am and 4 pm, but you are welcome to come by anytime during our normal business hours.