PLAYcare is included for all overnight guests and available for daycampers. Your dog will run in our fenced play yard, and get doggie enrichment, with our customized experience by spending one-on-one time with our furtribe counselor, playing ball, wading in water, learning to run through a tunnel or climb a teeter-totter, chasing a ball in a ring, or watching TV. Furbabies enjoy socializing and have opportunity to experience the sights and sounds of the ranch, as animals wander by our fence.
Your dog can return to the climate controlled sanctuary at any time to rest. Dogs get to play in 20 minute sessions. Television is available and soft, gentle music made especially for dogs will lull your camper to sleep. Doggie nap-time is daily from noon until 2:30. It's unnatural to expect a dog to attend daycare and play non-stop, as dogs normally sleep a great deal.
Our schedule adapts to the seasons, since we play outside on real turf. In summer, we play early, until around 11 a.m. and again in the evening from about 7:30-9 p.m. Your dog will have numerous potty breaks throughout the day as well as a late evening potty break. The owner lives on site, mere steps away.
Space is limited as we have only 14 dog suites, offering a boutique experience, so your pup will get loads of individual attention. Campers who wish to share accommodations with others from their family may do so at a reduced rate. All must be current on rabies, dhhp, and bordetella and be treated with a monthly flea preventative. There is no need to send your dog to the groomer prior to Camp, but you might like to schedule an appointment for afterward, since play is outside. Also, your camper may return home tired from playing and sleep much of the following day.
Camp FurBaby is a dog hotel (boarding kennel) in Ennis, Texas that's a dog ranch retreat for furbabies.
Located in Ennis, Texas near Dallas / Ft Worth, DFW metroplex area.
"We were updated daily with texts and photos of our baby."
Jean and Larry Kelley, of Fort Worth, parents of Cecy the Pomeranian
“Zena was welcomed with open arms and an amazing fenced in area to play."
Marty, Zena's mom