When dogs play they use their mouths and paws. Sometimes, not very often, play goes too far and a dog can end up with a minor injury. It is very similar to a children's school playground where kids may inadvertently get scrapes, scratches, and bruises. However, Dog Days always keeps the play areas supervised and we are constantly assessing your dog’s overall health while they are in our care. In the event your dog is injured or shows signs of illness, they will be assessed immediately and treated onsite as necessary.
At this point, one of our Dog Days staff members will try contacting the owner (or emergency contact as necessary) to find out any specific instructions and, if further veterinary care is needed, which veterinarian we should take the dog to. If urgent care is needed and the owner or emergency contact can not be reached we will take the dog to the first available Veterinarian office. The health and safety of all the dogs at Dog Days come first and we will always err on the side of caution when it comes to their well-being.