ANNOUNCEMENT: We will be closed for daycare this Wednesday thru Saturday 11/21/18 to 11/24/18, to make room for our boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back in full swing next week!
ANNOUNCEMENT: Happy Labor Day! – Daycare will be closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday for Labor Day weekend. We will see our Daycare fur-friends when we return on Tuesday, September 4th. We hope you have a great one!
We will be closing the daycare on Friday, December 22, Saturday the 23rd, Monday for Christmas Day and Tuesday the 26th to make room for our Christmas boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back open on Wednesday, December 27th!
Normally we make these type of announcements on super busy holiday weekends, but tomorrow we have a FULL house of happy fur-kids! Daycare will be closed tomorrow, but we will be back to the usual schedule on Monday, July 31st!
As always, we sincerely appreciate your support and hope you have a great weekend. Call or contact us if you have any questions or would like to make a boarding reservation.
With America’s birthday party coming up next Tuesday, July 4th, we are full to overflowing with special guests! As a result, Dogville Daycare & Boarding will not be providing daycare on Saturday the 1st, Monday the 3rd, or Tuesday the 4th to facilitate the influx of boarding clients for the holiday.
As always, we sincerely appreciate your support and hope you have a fantastic July 4th weekend. Call or contact us if you have any questions or would like to make a boarding reservation.
Delana Taylor McNac, DVM, DMin, Owner/Manager Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
We will be closed for daycare this Friday 05/26/17 thru Monday 05/29/17 to make room for our boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back in full swing next week on Tuesday the 30th!
Cooper is a very handsome friend of ours and apparently he is on sale (tag on the handkerchief). NO, we aren’t really selling Cooper. We just wanted to post this adorable video and introduce you to him!
We will be closed for daycare this Friday 12/23/16 thru Tuesday to 12/27/16 to make room for our Christmas boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back open for Daycare on Wednesday, December 28th!
Delana and the Dogville Team—
Delana Taylor McNac, Owner/Manager Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070 email@example.com
One of the things that made me the most uncomfortable about boarding my dogs over the years, (or even using a petsitter) was the fact that I knew that the staff would go home at night and leave my dog alone in a kennel or a run to fend for themselves. There was a giant disconnect between the life that my dog experienced at home and the days when I was on vacation or on a business trip. Not only was my dog in a cage or an otherwise prison-like setting (a far cry from my couch and my bed), but they were alone. It made it really difficult to enjoy my time away.
At Dogville, at least one staff member is on site at all times, sometimes two, three, or more, depending on the time of day and number of dogs we are boarding. I (Delana), live 1.5 miles away from Dogville and every employee has my number and the freedom to call me or a supervisor with concerns about a dog at any time. During major holidays, I pull my share of the nights, so I can be available for rounds and to help with Comfort Care dogs. New Dogville team members are not allowed to do overnight duty until they have proven themselves capable and worked two or more nights with experienced overnight staff.
Things are different at night. We take the dogs out around 10 or 10:30 pm in order to try to duplicate their experience at home. As final walks are done, the television is on in the sleeping room and the lights are gradually turned out, just like home. Overnight staff get ready for bed and make sure our camera system is tuned to both sides of the boarding facility. Once the lights are out, the camera system allows them to check on the dogs to see how they are doing or if any of them need taken out in the middle of the night. Anxious dogs can be brought into the sleeping room or staff can spend time with them in their rooms until they are comfortable enough to rest. It’s hard work at times, but it makes a huge difference in the dog’s perception of their time with us.