Playtime, snacks, naps, and more all at doggy daycare
Does your dog hate it when you leave them alone? Bring them to our doggy daycare in Culver City where they can play with their peers and socialize. Our pet-loving staff will spoil your pooch with attention, games, and treats.
Adopt & Shop dog daycare in Culver City is a fun way for dogs to get exercise, mental stimulation, and socialization with other dogs and people. It also helps prevent separation anxiety and keeps your pets active while you’re at work or running errands.
We also offer daycare birthday parties for $30. We give your birthday boy or girl a cake, favors for all their friends and, of course, all of it is captured on film so you don’t have to miss the fun!
|Half Day (up to 6 hours)||$28|
|Full Day (up to 12 hours)||$40|
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|In House Meal||$4|
|TREADMILL $8 for 15 mins|
* All prices are per day or per session
Doggie daycare consists of daily activities, games, naptime and group play. Our dog daycare program is a great alternative to dog-sitting or leaving your dog alone for the day. Dogs are also kept in separate play areas, based on size and compatibility, to keep the dogs happy and safe.
Each day, your dog is guided through a number of activities such as:
A tired dog is a happy dog.
To stimulate bodies and brains.
For recharging their batteries.
It’s a classic for a reason.
When you gotta go, you gotta go!
So they can get their Zzzz’s on.
Anyone got the munchies?
Safety is our number one priority for pets, customers and staff at Culver City doggie daycare. We require that each dog is assessed for behavior and compatibility. The assessment is completely free, but requires an appointment and drop off for the day. Visit or call Adopt & Shop Culver City for more information.
Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
© 2019 Michelson Found Animals Adopt and Shop | The Michelson Found Animals Foundation's mission of saving pets and enriching lives is made possible by the generous contributions of Dr. Gary Michelson and Alya Michelson.