FAQs - Doogy Day care
Trusting your dog to people you don’t know is tough. Thankfully, you can rest easy knowing our team of professionals at Milo Pet Hotel has the training and passion to provide your pup with the best experience possible. We understand you have a lot of questions about our services, so we’ve provided answers to some of our most commonly asked questions. Check out our answers and reach out if you have additional concerns.
What is doggy day care?
Doggy daycare is a place to drop off your dog for the day to play with other furry friends and our team in a well-supervised, clean, safe, and fun environment.
MPH, provides the opportunity to:
Provide your furry family member with regular exercise to maintain a healthy weight
Improve their socialization with dogs and people
Relieve separation anxiety, boredom, and destructive behavior at home
Increases your dog’s overall happiness
Do you provide outdoor play areas?
We sure do! our location has large outdoor spaces. Check with MPH to learn more about their facility.
Can I take a tour?
You sure can! We’d love to have you stop by and check out MPH. We do need you to call ahead or book an appointment during our business hours (10am - 6pm). We’ll be happy to show you around and answer your questions.
Can any dog come in for doggy day care?
Since our dogs interact in an all-day play environment, it’s important for them to get along well with others.
To maintain our incredibly high safety standards and satisfaction ratings, we require your pup to be:
At least 6 months old
Spayed or neutered (if seven months old or older)
Current on Rabies, Distemper vaccines
Flea/tick-free and in good overall health
Pregnant dogs are not accepted.
Free of wounds or stitches of any kind
Wearing a quick-release collar or Leash
Friendly with other dogs and people
Do dogs ever get hurt? is MPH prepared in case of an illness or injury?
Similar to children on a playground, it’s possible for dogs to sustain very minor injuries while at a dog daycare. During normal play, a dog may get small scratches, nicks, or lose a bit of fur. More serious injuries are very rare. For additional peace of mind, If serious treatment is needed, we will rush your pup to your personal vet or the emergency vet if your vet is unavailable.
This is an environment that has dogs of different sizes. Is it safe for my smaller dog to be there?
For safety, we separate dogs into play areas based on their size, temperament, and activity level.
Do I need to make a reservation? How do I make a reservation?
Yes, a reservation is needed for daycare, and we recommend making it early. Please ensure your pup meets our pet onboard standards to make a reservation. Depending on the time of year, we can sometimes accommodate on short notice if your dog has previously completed the interview process. Holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas book several months in advance. we suggest booking early for weekends during the summer months. Please note we will require a deposit for the daycare service.
You can call Milo Pet Hotel during camp hours or request a reservation online through our Milo Pet Hotel web page online forms. One of our counselors will reach out to you to confirm your reservation.
Should I bring anything for my dog’s stay? Do I need to bring my own dog food?
We highly recommend that you bring your dog’s food in order to prevent them from getting sick during their stay. Sudden changes in diet can result in gastrointestinal reactions like vomiting and diarrhea. If the parent choose not to carry their dogs food, we do offer dry food, water and food bowls at an extra cost.
We also recommend to bring your dogs toys, or anything else that may make your pup feel more at home.
Where can I view the live webcams to watch my pup?
You can view the live web cams for an extra charge on the app provided by Milo Pet Hotel via your computer, tablet, or mobile device. The cameras are on during business hours when the pups are at play. We also offer luxury suites with 24/7 access to the suite’s webcam.
When can I drop off and pick up my dog?
We suggest arriving at 10 a.m. so they can play, eat, and play again. While you can check your pup in and out anytime during hours at no additional cost, we do request that you pick them up 20 minutes before closing.
Milo Pet Hotel also provides a Taxi service, to pick and drop off your pup.
What is Milo Pet Hotel, spay/neuter policy?
Milo Pet Hotel requires that all dogs must be spayed or neutered at 7 months of age in order to receive daycare and boarding services.
Milo Pet Hotel understands that the choice to spay or neuter and at what age is a decision to be made for each individual dog and by the dog’s owner and veterinarian.
For safety in a play group, dogs must be spayed or neutered by 7 months of age to take part in boarding or day care services at Milo Pet Hotel.
As dogs reach sexual maturity, they are able to reproduce and hormonal changes occur that can alter behavior or may cause tension amongst other dogs within the group dynamic. This can impact the safety of all pups and is not advised for open play environments.