Add me to the Dogtown interview wait list!
By submitting this form you will be added to the interview wait list. The current wait is 8 months or more for a socialization interview. Yes, the wait really is that long. We stay consistently busy and we limit how many dogs we care for on a daily basis to prevent overcrowding. Thanks for understanding.

***There is a $50 non refundable fee per dog for socialization interviews. Once we have contacted you and agreed upon a date for your dog's socialization interview, we will ask that you pay for the appointment in advance. A confirmation email with details regarding your dog's interview will be sent to you only after payment has been received.***

We will email you when daycare slots become available, however, these spots are limited and open up rarely. Interviews are only scheduled at 12:15pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. We do not schedule interviews on weekends. Please work with your dog on these things so he/she is ready for the interview: name recognition/recall, sit, stay.

If you have recently adopted or rescued an adult dog whose complete history is unknown to you please wait a minimum of 3 months before joining this list and allow yourself time to get to know your new family member, create stability within your home, and vouch for their level of socialization with other dogs/overall behavior.

MOST IMPORTANTLY: Socialization begins in puppyhood. Dogtown offers large group play and lots of cage free time for your pup to play, hang out, nap, and get loved on by Dogtown Humans. We are group leaders and dog friends, not magicians. If we truly do not feel your dog would do well here please realize it is ultimately for your dog's emotional and physical wellbeing. We take many things into account when we meet a new dog and we realize that new places, unfamiliar dogs, and strange people can be a little scary and overwhelming at first, especially when you have to leave mom and/or dad to do it. Every dog is different. If your dog passes the interview please be prepared to follow our unwavering rules to acclimate them into our daycare environment. This will consist of frequent visits (at least once a week) with early morning drop offs no later than 6:45am on their first few days.

We truly look for the best in each new dog that we meet, but if your young or adult dog is having big problems with other dogs at home or at the dog park or at another daycare then they will probably have those same big problems here and ultimately Dogtown won't be a good fit for them. Please be vigilant about your representation of your dog for the safety of our dog clients and our staff. Honesty is always the best policy.

We DO NOT offer "one and done" boarding. Boarding is a service that we only offer to dogs in our daycare program because we love our friends and care for them like we do our own dogs. If you only need dog boarding every now and then there are plenty of other great places in town that offer basic dog boarding. We ask that you seek out their services instead so that we can focus on setting up interviews for dogs who want to join our daycare program.
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Dog's Name:
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Is your dog spayed/neutered?
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If NO, when do you plan to have your dog spayed/neutered? We do not accept unaltered adult dogs in our daycare program.
Dogtown requires all dogs be spayed/neutered by 6 months of age unless your vet requires that you wait longer.
Human name:
Phone number: *
Email address: *
We will email you when interview slots become available.
Are you mainly interested in:
Please note that we only offer boarding to our daycare dogs! We don't make exceptions regarding this rule.
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Which days are you interested in attending daycare on a regular basis? ***Our Wednesday roster is indefinitely full.***
What are your expectations for your dog while attending daycare at Dogtown? *
*If a current or former Dogtown client told you how awesome we are please let us know! It matters!
Is your dog currently attending another local daycare? Has your dog formerly attended another local daycare? What was their experience like there? Why would you like to switch to Dogtown? *
Training is an important part of dog ownership. What training methods have you used with your dog? If you used a local trainer who did you use? What was your experience like with them? Do you feel as if their training methods were humane and fair? *
Has your dog ever been bitten by another dog or had any type of traumatic experience involving other dogs? (Please explain the circumstances surrounding this experience) *
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