Dog Daycare: Bring Your Pet to Play and Socialize

With so many obligations day in and day out, it can be challenging to find the time to play with our pets and take them out to socialize. At Coyne Veterinary Center, we want to help and do what’s best for you and your canine companion. Our dog daycare service in Portage gives your dog the chance to play and socialize with other dogs, while giving you time to fulfill your obligations without worrying about your pet. Call us at (219) 763-3311 to learn more today!

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outdoor play area

Requirements for Dog Daycare

Similar to our boarding and grooming services, using our dog daycare service means your pet needs to meet certain requirements. Firstly, they must be up-to-date on all the following vaccinations and tests:

Secondly, for the safety of both our staff and other pets, all dogs must pass a social evaluation before spending time at our daycare sessions. The evaluation will only need to be conducted once and each of our canine attendees will be closely supervised.

If you’re interested in bringing your dog in for a pet daycare session, please call us at (219) 763-3311. We would love to share some time with them! Our daycare schedule is flexible, as well, so we can always accommodate our needs—just let us know! Call us or stop by today!


Whether you need a whole day, or just a morning or afternoon, our dog daycare facility is designed to meet your needs. Half-days run in the mornings from 8 a.m. to noon or in the afternoon from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Full days are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. with rest time from noon to 1 p.m. Supervision is constant for all half and full-day guests.

At our Portage animal hospital, your dog has the opportunity to frolic in an enclosed, outdoor play yard complete with K9 grass, or avoid the weather inside our spacious, temperature-controlled indoor play area. No matter where your dog spends their time, our attentive staff are always watching to make sure everyone plays nicely!

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