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EXERCISE
One of the major benefits of sending your dog to daycare is that he or she will
get exercise daily which is so important for your dog’s overall health
 

SOCIALISATION
Having your dog around other dogs as well as other humans is a great means of
providing socialization for him. This can be a great tool in training a dog to remain
calm in a variety of situations. data from your collection.
 

INTERACTION
In the care of trained dog personnel, dogs are able to continue interacting with people
while their owner is away. Having the opportunity to be in constant contact with people
is a great benefit of Doggy Daycare
 

TRAINING
At our doggy daycare we are able to supplement the training you do at home with additional lessons during the day. Continual behaviour training can help your dog retain what they are taught. Your dogs will spend their days with accredited canine trainers

 


For many dog parents, leaving their furry family member for the first time can be a stressful experience. Take the Lead's professionally trained team goes the extra mile to calm both dogs and their parents. We’ll care for your pup as if they’re our own and ensure they have the most exciting day ever!

Dog daycare should be more than just a place to leave your dog when you’re unable to be with them. At Take the Lead, we treat your pup to fun-filled days of socialising with other dogs, interacting with our caring team, exercising and burning off plenty of pent-up energy.

 

You’ll no longer feel guilty about not having enough time or energy to play with your dog after a long day of work because at the end of every day, you’ll pick up a perfectly happy (and played out) pup.

Wanting to be part of a pack is deeply instinctual for dogs; that’s why we integrate open play with others into their daily routine.

 

Regular playtime with other dogs has a number of benefits, including:

·         Being more social around dogs and people

·         Staying physically fit. Pet obesity is a growing concern, as a recent study suggests 54% of Australian dogs are overweight

·         Learning positive behaviour, leading to less doggie mischief at home

 

With Take the Lead, your furry family member will learn how to be a well-balanced pup. Each new dog gets a report card at the end of the day detailing their behaviour, who they made friends with, and how well they interacted with the team and other dogs. We also provide our regular customers with frequent updates on their dog’s temperament, as well as advice on how to replicate our training at home.

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