For young dogs, dog-dog play, in an appropriate setting and with the right supervision, can be one of the best ways for them to develop good dog communication skills.
We do not offer daycare or ‘social’ services; during our sessions there are a limited number of dogs and very small groups of no more than five dogs per supervisor at a time. The dogs are grouped according to size and play style, and taught, through active supervision, appropriate play, while emphasising teaching the dogs human focus, even when their buddies are there.
We will never allow it to be a free for all! Your dog will not experience highs in arousal that cause the development and rehearsal of inappropriate behaviour and are so commonly associated with lots of large group approaches to dog-dog play. Although this may result in an exhausted dog, it does nothing to improve behavioural health; all our Play and Learns services aim to maximise appropriate behavioural development.