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

Play Sessions

Dog Play Sessions

Kamp K-9 offers fun, energetic play sessions to help quench your dog’s thirst for exercise and play. Open Play Sessions (for dogs of all sizes) take place all day and until 9:30 pm. Please note, a completed application (including vet papers) and terms of service agreement must be on file at Kamp K-9 in order to qualify for participation in play sessions. 

Open Play for large and small dogs and service dogs is encouraged so they can mingle and become acquainted with different sizes and shapes of playmates (little dogs think they’re big dogs anyway and some big dogs are big babies and like the smaller-sized buddies as well).

Wonderfully loyal service dogs also deserve a chance to play together while owners/families watch their dogs interact with other service dogs and other people. 

We invite wheelchair dogs, sight-assisted, hearing-assisted, epileptic or autism-assisted and fire or police dogs (or any other dog that is doing an amazing job out there as a service to their parent/owner/family).

We ask that you try not to come during breakfast (early a.m.), lunch times (12:30-1:30) or dinner times (6:00-7:00) otherwise your dog may not have many friends to play with at these times.

Our Play Sessions can either be drop-and-run or parent/owner-supervised. If you stay, the dogs aren't the only ones "networking" and enjoying the show. Owners tell us - and we see it with our own dogs - it's fun watching their dog’s personality come to life in the company of other dogs and other people. Fun, fun, fun. We can all use a little play time, can't we?

Play Session Rate: $13.28 per session + HST ($15.00 total) if you drop & run

Play Session Rate: $8.85 per session + HST ($10.00 total) if you stay and play

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