Four acres of fenced play areas.
We've been providing home care for dogs, our own as well as those of friends and neighbours, for a while and welcome your inquiries.
It is necessary that we meet dogs before agreeing to provide care since this type of environment does not suit all dogs. We would be happy to set up a time to meet so you can see what we have to offer. At that time we can determine whether your dog would be comfortable living here with a group of dogs, big and small, young and old, social and not so social.
We offer care for short and long stays as well as a limited number of day-care spots for those that want to come and spend the day playing with fur friends. The dogs are always supervised and can spend as much time outside as they want or there are plenty of comfy dog beds to curl up on if that seems more agreeable.
Long before blogs became so ubiquitous, we began writing a daily diary report and we continue this tradition today except now we'll call it our Dog Blog. Our guests are as important to us as they are to their humans, so we enjoy providing a rundown on the day's activities from our guest's perspective. Sometimes they'll even contribute their unique viewpoint or share their literary talents. You can read about the days events and enjoy stories about old friends and the introduction of new ones.
The Critter Sitters
** Important Note **
Due to the increased requirements for dog care from our current clients
we are unable to take on any new clients at this time.
For clients already established with us, be advised there are a limited number
of bookings available during the coming months, particularly during holiday periods. Please remember that if you have made a reservation and you want to cancel all or part of your booking due to a change of plans, you are required to give us a minimum of two-weeks notice to avoid
a cancellation fee.
We are still working hard to prevent the spread of Kennel Cough.
Now that we are back to our usual schedule, we are asking that any dogs coming to stay
in future observe the following quarantine protocol, so we can hopefully avoid more outbreaks.
If your dog is coming to stay overnight, in the two-week period prior to their arrival date,
please avoid taking them to places where they may have direct contact
with other dogs who could be sick or infectious.
- off-leash dog parks
-dog daycare premises
- vet clinics, and
-homes of friends or family where there may be dogs that they play with.
We are asking the owners of our day-visiting dogs to help us reduce the risk-factors
by avoiding these places where their dog may be in direct contact with other
dogs who could be sick or infectious.
If a dog is scheduled to visit CCS and they start coughing or showing other signs of infection, please contact us right away. Also, please ensure that your dog has been
vaccinated for Kennel Cough within the last 12 months.
No cages or runs
Lots of playmates
Beach walks and swims