Give your dog a great day.

Fun, exercise and socialization make for a healthy, happy dog.

To make dog daycare easy for you, you can drop off your dog or use our convenient van service (either door-to-door or at Marymoor Park).

Drop-off dog daycare is available seven days a week. You can bring us your pooch anytime after 7:30 am, and pick them back up anytime before 6:00 pm.

Door-to-door dog daycare van service is available Monday through Friday, for pick-up and drop-off at your home. We’ll pick up your dog between 8:30 and 10 am, play like crazy for 4 hours, then return your dog between 3:30 and 6 pm. Be warned: after playing all day at the ranch, your dog will come back from dog daycare a little dirty and mighty pooped. We recommend drop-off in an isolated or protected area, e.g. a gated kitchen, backyard or crate.

Van service is currently available in much of Seattle and Snohomish County, including: Ballard, Queen Anne, Fremont, University District, Magnolia, Capitol Hill, Wallingford, Greenwood, Greenlake, Lake City, Northgate, Wedgewood, Ravenna,Bothell, Kirkland, Clearview, and parts of Belltown. If your neighborhood isn’t listed here, let us know you’re interested! We’re expanding service all the time.

Marymoor Park van service is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It’s a great alternative for dog daycare for folks who live or work in the Redmond or Bellevue area. Just bring your dog to our meeting spot between 7:30 and 9 am, and we’ll bring ‘em to Bone-A-Fide for 6 hours of play. Then we’ll bring them back to the same spot, for pick up between 4:30 and 6 pm. Our van parks just off the main road across from the entrance to Lot G (the parking lot east of the soccer fields and northeast of the off-leash dog area — not the primary dog park lot). See our Marymoor Park map for details.

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“Being a hound, Bailey loves (and needs) an outdoor place to play. He enjoys wandering around — sniffing, baying and basically following his tracking instincts (he loves squirrels). We know that he wouldn't be happy in an indoor kennel and we love that he comes home exhausted and content!”

— Mark