What makes us different than other daycares
We have been doing it long time! It took us 12 years to open a second location to ensure we had the right team in place to offer the same personable care our clients are use to.
We not only understand dog behaviour and pack dynamics but both owners are certified dog trainers with years of experience teaching group classes and working one on one with devoted dog parents.
We only accept dogs who will truly benefit from the consistency and structure of daycare and will always be honest if your dog is not well suited for this environment.
We well always do our best to set up your dogs for success and will use a positive reinforcement based approach to ensure learning is optimized.
Who we are
The original Pack of Paws in Liberty Village was founded in 2011 with the vision to provide a safe and engaging environment for dogs to socialize with other dogs. We saw the unique challenges for dogs who live in densely populated areas with limited green spaces and parents working long hours and knew daycare would be a perfect compliment to help enhance those well loved pups. We offer a distinctive and effective approach to dog daycare as we pay close attention to each and every dog in our care, closely observing and evaluating his or hers individual needs. Every dog is unique and we pride ourselves on knowing all their special qualities and likes and dislikes of every dog in our care.
We are so excited to share our dog love to the east enders of Toronto!
Singe Full Day Daycare
$55 + HST
10 Full Day Pack
$480 + HST
20 Full Day Pack
$900 + HST
Single Half Day Daycare
$35 + HST
Daycare Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 6:30pm
New clients must be committed to having their dog attend daycare a minimum 1x/week, this ensures we develop a good relationship with your dog and helps maintain harmony within the pack.
All dogs have to be up to date with vaccinations, flea prevention and Bordetella (Kennel Cough) shot.
Puppies must be a minimum of 14 weeks before starting.
Dogs should have no history of aggression with other dog or people