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The best thing to happen to your dog since coming to live with you.

All day snuggles, purposeful play
and love included.

Our indoor and outdoor doggy daycare located in the heart of Bedford West is optimally designed to keep your dog happy, healthy, and safe while 100% supervised by our trained dog attendants.

We intentionally keep our capacity small to ensure the safety, enrichment, and purposeful play of our four-legged friends.

We believe in safety first: your dog will always be in a secure play environment that is beneficial to their social temperament.

Your dog deserves to be supported physically, emotionally, and socially.

Our dogs enjoy daily fresh air exercise (weather permitting) in our spacious and clean outdoor courtyard.

With an abundance of fresh air and purposeful play outside, we also schedule supportive breaks and indoor lounge time during the day. Our lounge time gives your dog the opportunity to have a nap and cuddle up to their buddies on real furniture (just like home!) and Kuranda orthopaedic beds to support their overall health.

Convenient Pricing

Single full days, half-days, and packages depending upon your needs.

Convenient Hours

Flexible hours that meet the needs of our pet owner’s and their families.

On-SITE GROOMING

On-site professional grooming led by our team of experienced groomers.

We will never compromise on your dog’s safety. We snuggle and pat your dog constantly.

It’s important that you know that while your dog is in our care, they are loved and cared for as if they are our own (which they are!)

We promise their safety care is our number one priority.

Our Latest Posts, Just For You & Your Pup

How to Get Your Dog to Come When You Call by Megan MacKenzie, Head Trainer at Bedford Dog Daycare Pawprints Doggie Daycare and Grooming

How to Get Your Dog to Come When You Call

We’ve all been there. We’re out and our dog is off leash. And then we need them to come to us. Having your dog come to you when you call his or her name is called recall. Recall is one of the most important skills for your dog to know. Getting your dog to come…

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The Important of Clipping Your Dog's Nails by Kate Andrews, Bedford Groomer, PawPrints Doggie Daycare and Grooming

The Important of Clipping Your Dog’s Nails

How often should I have my dogs nails trimmed? I recommend having your dog’s nails trimmed once every 2 to 3 weeks. However, some dogs spend a good deal of time outdoors, running on hard surfaces including concrete – which naturally grind their nails down. These dogs do not need to have their nails trimmed…

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Puppy Love!

I love going to Paw Prints so much that I almost wiggle by bum off! Every time I visit on a nice the girls tell my Mom that they have the pools out because they know there’s nothing more I love than lying down in the pool with some of my favorite friends! 

~ Ellie, yellow lab

Those young'ins at paw prints, just plain wear me out.
Was this your plan all the time, Mom and Dad?

~ Love Jessie

 I love to hear the words "Doggy Day Care", and pop my head up and go a little nuts even before I see the building. I mean, they try at home to whoop things up from time to time so I try not to offend the Mr. and Mrs. when I bolt out of the back hatch before it is completely open.

~ Zamber