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We really should call it Day Calm because, well it just is!


The number one reason people choose Pack Place K9 for their pups is our emphasis on a calm and safe environment.  Unlike our competition which offers "Open Play" as your only choice, Pack Place has lots of options for you to exercise and train your dog.

Every member receives 2 outside walks and group play as part of our basic program.  Most members utilize our treadmills to burn off excess energy and choose extra training on our agility course.   We even offer nosework sessions to stimulate what dogs love to do!


Our trained handlers reinforce loose leash walking and we guarantee your dog will be walking better even after our 4 day new member orientation, during each walk and social skills during a pack walk!  


Our day room is a state of the art,  climate controlled space where members relax and play under the supervision of our experienced handlers. Members are grouped by play style,  comfy cots and water are always available.  We even have relaxing music to soothe... ok its really there for the handlers who are always available but members don't seem to mind it.


Each member's can bring or buy a yummy snack to enjoy, during  private crate time to relax after a long morning of fun, exercise and training.

A Package That's Right For Your Dog


Our standard offering, Pack Care provides our members with with 2 outside walks to take care of business and learn to walk like a pro.  Many members add a morning treadmill session to keep them fit and everybody gets a nap/break   There is still plenty of time to hang with the pack and experience calm socialization.


Have extra goals for your dog?  Choose this option and get an extra training walk, 20 minutes on a treadmill and an extra training activity that you can watch on our web cam.  You will get a txt message/link several minutes before you pups session starts.

  • Obedience Training

  • Agility Session

  • Bike Run

  • Back Pack Walk


All options from Pack Care Plus with the option working on your dogs Canine Good Citizen training or behavior modification with our in-house behaviorist. ​

  • Accepting a friendly stranger.

  • Sitting politely for petting.

  • Allowing basic grooming procedures.

  • Walking on a loose lead.

  • Walking through a crowd.

  • Sitting and lying down on command and staying in place.

  • Coming when called.

  • Reacting appropriately to another dog.

  • Reacting appropriately to distractions.

  • Calmly enduring supervised separation from the owner.

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Our daily routine is anything but!


7:00 Open for members - Calm, monitored open play in day room. Over excited play is kept to a minimum by interupting and redirecting to a more calm state of play.

7:00 AM  Morning walks and treadmill sessions begin. Each dog receives an individual 15 minute loose leash training walk in the local area and then returned to the day room afterwards.

8:30 AM - Training sessions and new member orientation sessions begin. Each pack member with a Training Pass will receive a 15 minute individual training session where we stress the must have skills we need to be great Canine Good Citizens.  Open play for regular pack members.

12 PM - 2 PM- Lunch Time - Unlike most day care facilities we believe the pack that eats together, stays together. Our meal times rituals are important for all members, where we learn to be calm and respect each other. This activity really plays dividends in multi-pet households.  Rest and Relaxation - A quiet time were we  recharge our batteries for afternoon fun. 

2-3 PM Migration/Pack Walks- Every member enjoys a pack walk to various locations throughout the area.  With a nature trail right from our parking lot we can really cover some territory. This is an integral part of our daily routine, burning excess energy and bonding as pack members.

3-5 PM Afternoon Classes- 15 minute individual pee break and training session for dogs on training plans.  Open play for regular pack members.

5- 7 PM Open play till pick-up



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