Welcome to Elmtree Doggy Day Care in London. Elmtree has a purpose built Doggy Day Care Centre based in the picturesque Theobalds Park Estate, North London. Our day care centre has been created to offer our canine friends the best day care experience ever. We guarantee that there is no other licensed day care centre like ours in the UK. Your dog, our guest, will enjoy the facilities at Elmtree Canine Country Club which include their own private room, 5 acres of fully enclosed woodland, enclosed grass paddocks, splash pools, an outdoor agility arena and much more.
Each guest’s day will be tailored to suit their individual needs; from the quieter dog that prefers to relax in the comfort of their room to the high energy dog that prefers to be out playing with his friends. Whichever it may be, every dog will return home happy and will be excited to see our chauffeur return to collect them the following morning. You’ll see from our customer testimonials that our dedicated team is passionate about setting the highest standards of animal care. Extra daily activities can include a visit to our grooming parlour & spa or training with one of our qualified dog trainers.
Our fleet of Doggy Day Care vehicles has been equipped with your pet’s safety and comfort in mind. Our qualified and trained chauffeurs will collect your dog in the morning and bring them back in the evening after an exciting and fun day at Elmtree.
6 reasons why you should choose Elmtree Doggy Day Care
- The reviews from our current clients speak for themselves, check out our review page here
- For many years now Elmtree has been at the forefront of luxury boarding and doggy day care.
- Our day care facilities are like no other doggy day care centre in London. The dogs have rooms for rest and feeding time in between their exercise periods, with underfloor heating, water and bedding.
- Our site is fully enclosed to prevent any dog from escaping and also ensuring their safety from other dogs entering our facilities.
- Our team is highly trained, qualified and extremely passionate about what they do; every one of our guests is treated as if they were our own.
- Our fully equipped vehicles are designed with your pet’s comfort and safety in mind.
What times do you drop and collect?
We collect in the morning between 7am & 9.30am and we start dropping dogs home from 4pm. Most of our clients are not home during these hours and therefore provide us with keys to their property. We have fully comprehensive key holders insurance and are familiar with many different alarm/entry systems.
Do you pick up from anywhere?
We have a catchment area in North London that we pick up from. Please contact us on: 07488515811 to find out if you are within the area. Please note – this catchment area is for day care only. Our boarding guests can be collected from anywhere in the UK.
Can we drop our dog to the Doggy Day Care Centre?
Yes – You can drop your dog off at the day care centre from 8am and collect any time up to 6pm.
Do you feed the dogs?
We ask owners to provide food for their dogs whilst at day care, or feed them before and after they come to us.
Do you mix all the dogs together?
We split the dogs into groups based on their energy levels and size. Each of the groups get to spend time in the different exercise areas.
Are the dogs left outside all day?
The dogs have rooms for rest and feeding time in between walks where they share with a suitable dog – this will be a dog that they get along with from their group. We try to match them with someone they will rest with rather than play. If for any reason they are not able to share, they can have their own space. The rooms are kept cool in the summer and have under floor heating for the winter. The dogs have water available at all times.
Where is my dog exercised?
We have 5 acres of fully enclosed woodland and grass fields for them to run off lead and play. 8ft high fences surround our site ensuring their safety and wellbeing.
Do I need to send anything in with my dog?
We provide bedding inside and toys for outside play so they just need to come in on a lead and with their food if needed.
What happens if my dog gets injured?
In the extremely unlikely event of your dog being injured we would take them straight to our local vet, Village Vets in Winchmore Hill. We are also trained and qualified to attend to minor injuries but we always take great care to ensure your pet’s safety.
How do you transport the dogs?
Each dog has their own space in our climate controlled, air conditioned vans. Our vehicles are fitted out by the award winning “Lintran K9 Transit”. The interiors of our vans are designed with your dog’s safety and comfort in mind.