We provide an intelligent program that promotes health and safety. Socialization! May be the biggest benefit from our program. Dogs are allowed to be dogs at Golden Brook Farm. There are a dozens of reasons why your dog could benefit from a daycare program. Here are a few to get you started.
We have over 2,500 square ft of secure containment for the dogs. Split up into three areas. Two of which are large play yards with play equipment. Another area is shaded so if your dog is a loner and wants to be alone and relax away from other dogs they can. Dogs are always supervised during group play times and there is always someone at the farm. Julie and Rudy or our kennel attended are always present.
Results may include your dog being more comfortable around other dogs and may even eliminate negative behavior. Doggie daycare is the best alternative to leaving your dog inside alone all day. Our indoor kennels are nice and cool in the summer and warm and cozy in the winter.
We have an acre of open field for those dogs who can run off lead or out of bounds.
Golden Brook Farm Daily Dog Schedule
All activities are dependent on the weather. 7:30pm feeding, walks, group playtime, and special activities such as fetch, frisbee and one on one time. 12-3pm rest time, 3-6pm afternoon playtime, 6pm feeding. Rest time until approx. 9:30pm - then last out for the night. This is our general schedule. We accommodate dogs so they get what they need. This means our schedule is flexible and changing all the time. We treat all dogs like they were our own so if your dog doesn’t fit into this schedule that’s ok, we will make your dog comfortable.
Bath and Brush Service
Your pup may get a bit dirty while romping in our play areas with its friends. We provide a complimentary rinse and towel dry before you pick them up for the day. We also provide a thorough bath and brush service which includes the use of our professional and specialty dog shampoos and conditioners, a complete brush out and nails clipped for a fee of $30. (This could vary, depending on the size of the dog.)
Hiking Laraway MTN
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Swimming in the Lamoille River
Swimming at Green River Reservoir