Adelaide's only Force Free accredited daycare

Our method of supervision is based on positive reinforcement methods as recommended and preferred by The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA). People frequently reward negative behaviour in their dogs without even realising it. For example, we discourage the use of choker chains.

The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) also recommends the use of positive reinforcement methods for dogs as the preferred method of training.

To all of our clients who booked their dogs in for a casual daycare visit, to help support our Bushfire Appeal, thank you!

To those clients and supporters who simply donated to help us raise funds, thank you!

In a little over a week, together, we raised $4,306. WOW!

100% of the funds are being donated to the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, who are doing an incredible job to rescue and help so many animals impacted by the fires that destroyed much of KI.

❤️ THANK YOU EVERYONE. We are so grateful for your support!! ❤️

​To continue supporting KI, get behind #BookThemOut , visit KI, buy local and keep supporting the small businesses that make #sagreat
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