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.

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As sweet as chocolate with a zest for life, Jaffa is an absolute joy. And so is his nose. 😉 #love #doglove #whataguy #doggydaycare ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Pepper, Matilda, Murphy, Archie and Charli for reminding us that dogs of different breeds, different sizes and different ages, with different needs, can enjoy socialising in a safe environment. It's doggy daycare 101 and it's why we exist. ❤️ #doglove #daycare #socialising ... See MoreSee Less

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Huge congratulations to Australia for tackling the Corona Virus. As restrictions eased last week, we caught the excitement and happiness, as we captured your pawsome pups walking (or rather running) through our doors. 👏👏

#welcomeback #missedyou #bestfriends #dogdaycare
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