1. Puppies & Doggy Daycare

    The dogs that attend our Valley Center doggy daycare aren’t limited to full-grown, mild-mannered dogs; many of the pups that we entertain each day are pups or have come here from a younger, fluffier age. If you’re wondering whether or not your energetic puppy is a candidate for daycare, feel free to contact our staff for initial requirements. Read on for the benefits that eligible puppies enjo…Read More

  2. Kennel Cough Season

    We’ve all seen a sickness spread around the workplace, many even lovingly refer to it as the “office plague.” Of course, the same principles holds true at an amplified level for children; now imagine that same sickness spreading around in a group of dogs licking, sniffing, and closely playing with one another. We, at Muddy Paws, want to see each dog come and go healthy, so here is how to ide…Read More

  3. Tail Wagging Part 2: Doggy Daycare Doublecheck

    You’ve done it. Picking the right doggy daycare is never easy, but you and your friend have finally found “the one.” That is, you hope you have. How can you ever really be sure? As we mentioned in our previous blog, your dog isn’t exactly known for communicating ideas beyond “breakfast” and “dinner” effectively. It rests squarely on your shoulders to ensure that your friend is in t…Read More

  4. Tail Wagging: Finding The Right Doggy Daycare

    Finding the right doggy daycare can feel like a challenge. Your four-legged friend isn’t exactly the clearest communicator and is reliably excited to see you at the end of the day. When a wagging tail and onslaught of licks greets you regardless of the accommodations, it’s no wonder that your pooch isn’t much help in the decision making. Add this to the overwhelming amount of choices, and di…Read More

  5. Doggy Daycare Owner Benefits

    When your dog jumps into the car, how often do they lay down and go to sleep? Odds are the answer is somewhere between rare and never, and understandably so. Car rides are exciting, and perhaps anxiety-inducing for most dogs, leading to scrambling paws in the back seat and ears blowing in the wind. There is one time when most dogs lay down and sleep in the backseat: the ride home from doggy daycar…Read More