At Partners, the health and safety of your dog are our highest priority. We verify the vaccinations of each dog that comes to the school, have the strictest cleaning procedures of any facility in the valley, and include Pet CPR and Health training for all of our team members.
We take great care to ensure that every dog that comes into DaySchool is able to interact and play appropriately with the other guests. We group dogs by play style, size, and energy in order to create a positive experience for all. Of course, if our team does notice any inappropriate behavior, we will recommend training and behavior modification (at additional cost) to better prepare them for DaySchool.
Many Daycare facilities group 20-50 dogs to one person and incorporate minimal training for their team members. This creates a stressful, dangerous environment for dogs and staff alike. At Partners, we maintain a 10:1 Dog to Trainer ratio and train our team rigorously to recognize and address complex dog behaviors, as well as deal with any emergencies calmly and effectively.
We have many different service options such as training, treadmill, grooming, and more for our DaySchool dogs. We also incorporate a membership model for our DaySchool dogs in order to maintain consistency and ensure we are meeting goals from a training and manners perspective.
Is your dog getting the exercise, training, socialization, and mental stimulation they need? Bring your dog to Partners Doggy Daycare for a fun-filled, active day and bring home a happy and pooped-out pooch! Partners Doggy Daycare is a safe, entertaining, and nurturing experience. We combine both dog and human interaction with special games to create a powerful, educational experience for all. Our large indoor and outdoor play areas allow for a spacious place to run off that energy while providing a place to relax and stay cool!
There is a minimum age requirement of 20 weeks which allows time to develop immune systems. There is no maximum age and we accommodate all dogs, sizes, breeds, and temperaments!
We do not require dogs to be spayed or neutered. However, we do ask that dogs “In-Heat” are kept home until complete. Additionally, we do correct and redirect any humping behaviors, and may remove the dog from DaySchool until further training is completed.
At Partners DaySchool, we make sure to give your pup the best possible day. We typically group dogs by play style, temperament, and where they are in their training journey with us. We will rotate throughout the day between Training, Recess, Treadmill, Potty, and Rest time. This gives your dog plenty of opportunities for play, socialization, training, mental stimulation, and more! We want to maintain a well-rounded and balanced day that not only conditions well-mannered pups but ensures they are drained by the end of the day when you come to take them home!
Due to the large number of dogs we work with each year, we maintain the strictest cleaning, sanitation, and vaccination protocols of any pet care facility. We require Bordetella, Rabies, and Distemper/Parvo vaccination for ALL dogs that enter any of our facilities. We can verify this directly with your vet, records can be uploaded into your Pet Parent Portal, or you’re welcome to email them to us. All vaccinations must be given at least 1 week prior to coming to one of our facilities. Dogs recently rescued must be at home for at least 30 days prior to coming to one of our facilities. Dogs showing any infectious symptoms must remain at home and be clear of symptoms for at least a week prior to returning to one of our facilities. For any further questions please see our Staying Healthy Agreement in your Pet Parent Portal or contact one of our Guest Support Team Members.
Our Scottsdale Location is at 8642 E Shea Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Just off of Shea and the 101 in the Pima Crossing Center.
Our Cave Creek Location is at 4640 E Forest Pleasant Place, Cave Creek, AZ 85331. 10 minutes north of the 101 and Cave Creek Rd.
You are welcome to bring your own food and feeding instructions for your dog. In DaySchool, we typically will use any food in training or enrichment. If your dog does have any food allergies please let us know and write it in your Pet Parent Portal.
In the same way, one would send their child to school, where professional educators are entrusted with their care, dog owners enroll their pups in school, where professional trainers achieve the best results. Is it worth it? Of course! As long as you are a part of the process as well.