It’s that time of year again! The kids are one grade older and out the door for a new year of schooling, finally giving you a breather from your summer entertainment duties. Then again, it’s also time for you to catch up on everything that stacked up over the summer, not to mention your daily chauffeuring routines to school, soccer practices, study projects and more. And to add to the pressure, while you are busy juggling everyone’s schedules and keeping the ship running, there may be one family member you’re forgetting about.

Although he rarely complains, your canine friend may also be dealing with back to school changes that can leave him feeling bored and anxious.

With the kids gone to class, your pup may be missing running around the backyard with his summer companions, leaving him cooped up in the house for far too many hours.

But what if your pup didn’t have to miss out on the back to school fun this year?

Our team thinks this year might be the year to let Fido go back to school, too. At Sit, Stay, N’ Play Indoor Dog Park, we offer Doggy Daycare any time Monday – Saturday for either half day (1-6 hours) or full day (6+ hours) services.

Multiple studies show that dogs that socialize and get exercise are happier and live longer. That’s why our team at Sit, Stay, N’ Play prioritizes your dog’s playtime. The Doggy Daycare program at Sit, Stay, N’ Play allows your dog access to the largest indoor play area in the Dayton area. Many of our customers drop off their pup on the way to work and pick them up on the way home.

Our “students” enjoy many hours of play time during the day in our 8,000 square foot room and also have access to our 2,000 square foot fenced-in outdoor area. Instead of waiting at the door all day for the kids to get home, your dog will enjoy making friends with other dogs in daycare and boarding. Of course, we always have a friendly employee available for play and supervision.

Back to school time doesn’t have to make your canine friend sad this year. We’d love for your pup to enroll for the 2017-2018 school year (or just come try it out for a day). Find out more about our Doggy Daycare options here and feel free to contact us with any questions.