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Our facilities are designed for those pet owners that like to see their dog stretch their legs and enjoy being out in nature. With nine fully fenced yards, some measuring up to be about 1/3 of an acre, we have the space to look after all dogs and energy levels.
This is Oregon, it gets cold, rainy, and muddy. So we also have indoor barn space for the dogs to come & go during daycare. Along with having safe, and climate controlled quarters for every pup during downtime. Scroll below to check out our amazing facilities close to home.
Pee spots galore!
Thanks to Google, we wanted to show you all of the space we're using to assure your dogs have the freedom they deserve, and you go home with tired pups!
Barks & Rec Play Yard
Our Barks & Rec play yard is setup for daycare! It has come along way to be a safe, and open aired environment for dogs to run freely. There are privacy blockers on all the fences to deter dogs from attempting to leave the yard. Lots of fun play structures and agility pieces for the pups to test out. As well as bark chips to keep them from being TOO muddy. This yard is connected to an indoor barn, to allow fun flow and plenty of space to tire out before coming home.
Indoor/Covered Daycare Space
The daycare covered outdoor space is a roofed 45ft by 15 ft open-air kennel. This is our space for introducing new dogs into the pack, and also separating dogs when they're overstimulated.
There are three sections that all can be separated by a door sized gate, so it's a great space.
The barn area, is indeed a horse stall barn. We've converted a large section into an inside area, for the dogs to run in and out of when the Oregon weather inevitably hits. There are rubber mats and beds inside to relieve their paws when they get tired. There are two horse stalls in the back, for when things get overstimulating in the play area.
Yards Yards Yards
We have eight fully fenced areas. All some measuring up to a 1/3 acre in size. Each yard is used just about every day for different reasons. Some for training, others are for hosting. But mostly they're used for potty breaks and playtime for training & boarding dogs. By exploring every yard, they're able to explore, challenge their brain, and have fun on some of the various agility structures and enjoy the great space we have.