K9 Campers Crate Free Grooming*Daycare*Boarding
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Questions and Faq's about K9 Campers. 

 

1.  What days and times is the Camp open? 

Camp is open Mon thru Fri  600am - 600 pm, Sat 8am -5pm

Sunday is reserved for our overnight campers

Overnight camping is available 365 days a year!

 

2. What are the requirements for  Group Day Camp?

  Your fur kid must be 3 months old, and current on vaccinations for Rabies, Distemper, Parvo and Bordetella and have the 1st canine influenza vaccine. Your fur kid must be in good health, flea/tick free and generally a happy camper!

 

 3. K9 Campers welcomes all dogs based on their behavior and ability to handle the rigors of Group Camp. It is not our policy to turn away a dog bassed on breed.

  We have an interview process that all dogs must pass  before entering group play enviornments.

  Our Camp Counselors are trained in, dog behavior, play yard monitoring techniques and evaluating dogs based on capabilities to adapt and enjoy our open play enviornments.

  Camp counselors look at the whole dog during this process. Breed type is only one of many considerations when qualifying a dog for camp.  Dogs are bred for many different types of work; some are bred to be physically strong while others are bred for jobs requiring them to have dominant behavioral characteristics and / or tendencies.  During the evaluation process emphasis is placed on each dog's behavior with their breed characterisitics taken into consideration.

  We built our business and our foundation on creating a fun and safe play enviornment for fur kids. When creating policies for our Camp, we first and foremost consider the safety, health and happiness of our Campers, second the wishes of our human clients. We hold our Camp to the highest standards in caring for our Campers.  Our strict policies are a key to a happy camp!

 

We evaluate our dogs using some of the following techniques:

  • Hands-on meet and greet to evaluate dog's response to physical touch
  • One on One introduction with other regular Campers
  • Slow introduction into open play enviornment
  • Ongoing Camper evaluation during every visit to Camp

 

FAQ:  Here at K9 Campers we believe that all dogs should be able to come to day camp, therefore we offer some specialty camps for dogs who are not able to participate in Group Day Camp,These camp cater to the socially challenged, and elderly fur kids.  Please check our services page for more information.

 

4. What will my fur kid do during Group Day Camp?

We are a crate free Day Camp so from the time they arrive until they are picked up they will play with other Campers of similar size, temperment,and activity levels in our indoor / outdoor play areas. They can even go for a swim in our pup pools.( weather permitting)

5.  Can I check up on my fur kid?

Yes, please feel free to stop by or call anytime to check on your Camper.

 

6. Can my fur kid eat while at  Group Day Camp?

We will be happy to feed your fur kid in a cabin at lunch time with a treat or lunch thay you pack for them.

 

7. Do I need a reservation for Group Day Camp?

No, once your fur kid has been enrolled at Camp a reservation is not necessary.

 

 

 

 

K9 Campers

523 E 2nd St

Seymour, IN 47274

(812) 498-5000

k9campersresort@gmail.com

Or use our contact form

Open

Monday - Friday 

6:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday 

8:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday: Sunday is reserved for our Overnight Campers.

 Sunday Check In and Check Out from 4pm - 5pm

 

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