Every Dog comes to our facility for a different reason. A good portion of our clients are teachers and understand the importance of socializing, stimulation and exercise for their dogs. Daycare enhances and facilitates socializing as well as teaches appropriate play styles and good behaviors from other well-mannered dogs and daycare staff that may not be learned at a dog park. We understand dogs, and know how they relate to one another on a healthy level. That is one of the reasons we have a very low bite ratio at Send Rover on Over.
Your dog will be tired when they get home. Whether they actively wrestle with their buddies or just hang out and observe all day. Observing is mentally stimulating as well. Some dogs come because it’s gardener day, house cleaning day, home repair day or the house is for sale. That’s fine, we are a safe haven for your dog to come for those reasons too.
Educated in Caring for and Training Dogs and Puppies
Valeri is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer as well as being in her second year as a BS student studying Dog Psychology. She passes all her information along to her trusty daycare staff. She is also a retired Emergency Room RN of 27 years. We accept friendly and social dogs and pre-screen them prior to admission. If your dog does not pass our temperament test, we may have plans and options to help you train and socialize your dog.
Very Low Injury and Dog Bite Occurrence
Due to our stringent educational programs and regular staff meetings, we are able to avoid most of these types of unfortunate accidents and incidents that can possibly happen at a Doggie Daycare.
Incentive and Education Programs for Our Employees
Employees are encouraged to read, take classes, and participate in professional dog related organizations that help them function best in the daycare.
Longevity in Employment at Send Rover on Over
Most of our staff have been with us at Send Rover on Over for up to five+ years!!! We have experienced staff working with up to 50 dogs on a daily basis. We supervise your dog in a big indoor outdoor facility. We have a 5,000 foot daycare with one person to every 10 to 15 dogs plus ancillary staff.
Five Star Customer Service for You and Your Dog
Our job is keeping you and your dog happy. We offer friendly accommodating staff. There is rarely any reason we can’t say YES. “How can we help you?”
Ready for emergencies: We have one RN on staff and three American Red Cross Certified First Aid and CPR for Pets employees.
Constantly Improving and Expanding to Meet Your Needs
Come on over and see our newly built Training Room, Sleepover Room and Consultation offices. We have remodeled. The lobby is clean and spacious, inviting, with plants, fountains and safe for multiple dogs at once. We are also opening up in Simi Valley soon.
Clean Facilities for Your Dog
Cleaning is a big process at Send Rover on Over. At nap time, our busy cleaning shift sweeps, mops, and disinfects the entire daycare indoors and out with special cleaning products to keep your dog healthy and free from disease.
Full Service One Stop Dog Business
We provide Daycare, Grooming, Sleepovers, Training, Behavioral Consultations, Extensive Puppy Programs for your Puppies first year, Healthy Food products and Training items in our Doggie Shoppe.
Rover dogs get naps. Did you know that some dogs sleep an average of 20 hours per day? Busy play and mental stimulation for long periods of time require rest and rejuvenation. We have found that a two hour nap in the middle of the day is welcomed by most dogs and leaves them refreshed for an afternoon of round two for play sessions. Naps also reduce irritability which can lead to altercations. Don’t worry if your dog is not crate trained. We can train them and/or they can take their nap in a large pen or sleepover area. Most dogs bring a nap time snack with them consisting of a bone or a stuffed kong or something to chew on. Crates are not punishment or solitary confinement. As a matter of fact, crate training has its benefits. Crate trained dogs are welcome at nice Hotel establishments. Also, your dog will be crated at the vet, groomers and experienced Daycares. Proper crate training makes these places more comfortable for your dog. Remember, crating is not punishment or solitary confinement, it should be a comfortable, padded, restful space like a playpen that promotes safety and rest.