FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Call us on 07895 014 716 to arrange an assessment visit to our play centre with your dog. You can meet the team and see how happy the other dogs are.

 
 

Yes. Dora’s Doggy Daycare is fully insured with specialist animal trade insurers. Our insurance covers public liability, day care, custody and transportation (where required) of your dog.

We have obtained all necessary licenses that are available to the business and have planning permission from Halton Borough Council. Our license number is HBC/011070/2019

Yes. No dogs will be left unattended at any time.

Of course. Day care is the perfect environment for your puppy as it ensures they will get the socialisation skills they need. We accept puppies from 12 weeks old, or once they are out of vaccination period. Regarding small dogs; if you do not wish your small dog to be around the bigger dogs then we have a separate area for them to play in.

Dora’s Doggy Daycare are extremely strict in only accepting social dogs. This ensures all the dogs are happy in each other’s company and there are no hostile encounters.

This situation will be assessed by our qualified staff. We will contact you and take your dog to our appointed vet if required.

Due to our licensing conditions, we require all males over the age of 1 year old to be neutered. We don’t require bitches to be spayed however they cannot attend during their season. 

Most dogs when left at home will be bored and frustrated and can even be destructive.

Give your dog the day it deserves.