1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Daycare for Dogs

Daycare Services for Dogs

Dogs love the wide open spaces at Kamp K-9! Our huge indoor and even huger (is that a word?) outdoor play areas have room for our canine klients to run and run and run and, oh yeah, play.  Climb-on equipment, big balls, large grab-on toys and lots of hands-on supervised play. So much fun, they'll get “pooped” (pun intended). Daycare is available 7 days a week.  Did we mention tons of belly rubs, butt rubs and hugs and kisses too? Kamp K-9 is so great, you'll want to stay too!

Our outdoor "real" grass play area is fully fenced with 8’ high boards and additional metal plates at the bottom (below ground level) so even the best “digger" can’t escape. Convenient "holding areas" are located throughout Kamp K-9 for the security and safety of kampers and kounsellors alike. Ample and appropriate lighting bathes both the interior and exterior perimeters of the fence to ensure visibility at all times.

Daycare Rates & Packages

Full Day $42 per day + HST (hours 6:30 am til 6:30 pm)
5 day pre-paid package $40 per day + HST ($200 + tax)  (savings of $  10.00)
10 day pre-paid package $38 per day + HST ($380 + tax)  (savings of $  40.00)
20 day pre-paid package $36 per day + HST ($720 + tax)  (savings of $120.00)
Additional Dogs $28 per day + HST (hours 6:30 am til 6:30 pm)
5 day pre-paid package $26 per day + HST ($130 + tax)  (savings of $  10 per week)
10 day pre-paid package $24 per day + HST ($240 + tax)  (savings of $  40 per week)
20 day pre-paid package $22 per day + HST ($440 + tax)  (savings of $120 per week)
Half Day $28 per day + HST (for any 5 hour period or part thereof)
Half Day (Additional Dogs) $22 per day + HST (for any 5 hour period or part thereof)
Pre-Paid Packages – Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable. Second+ dogs must be from the same owner/guardian

Please Note:  All dogs in our Boarding, Daycare and Play Session programs must be spayed or neutered and proof of all shots being up-to-date must be provided prior to entry.

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Sue and everyone are amazing! We took Levi to KAmp for play dates to help burn off his puppy energy. He came home happy and exhausted! He goes for weekends every few weeks to give us a break and we know he is happy and well cared for. Kamp ...

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