How do I register?
1. SELECT A LOCATION TO FILL OUT A REGISTRATION FORM.
Once we get the registration form, we’ll take care of everything!
We’ll review your registration form and then call your vet to get all the vaccination information.
Then we’ll call you and let you know if we need anything else. If not, we’ll schedule a FREE TRIAL
DAY for your dog...
2. BRING YOUR DOG IN FOR HIS SCHEDULED FREE TRIAL DAY!
We take great care in assimilating our new guests to this type of environment very slowly and carefully. For that reason, Free Trial Days can only occur on specific days of the week and at specific times. We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule, but please understand that for the sake of your dog and the others in our care, our flexibility is sometimes limited.
3. DURING YOUR DOG’S FREE TRIAL DAY, WE WILL DETERMINE IF THIS IS A SUITABLE
ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUR DOG.
A “YES!” means that your dog is now part of The Barker Lounge crew!
A “NO” means that this environment just might not be agreeable with your dog. Some dogs are too shy, some are too macho, some are too young, some are too old, some are too “inappropriate”, some just don’t want to be here. Whatever the case may be, we are simply doing what’s best for the health and safety of your dog and all of the others in our care.
4. THAT’S IT!!! YOU’RE REGISTERED!
We can now take any necessary boarding reservations...or your dog can come and go as he or she pleases for doggie daycare. Please book all boarding reservations in advance as space is filled on a first-come first-serve basis. No reservations are required for daycare.
CHOOSE A LOCATION TO SIGN UP NOW!!!
Seeing as though safety is our number one priority, all dogs are always very closely supervised by our staff of Pet First Aid and CPR certified animal lovers...all who have been extensively trained in managing dogs and understanding their behavior. We use our very thorough screening process to allow only non-aggressive dogs into our facility. Despite these screening procedures and the dogs being handled with the greatest amount of care and foresight, dogs are not always predictable and do not always get along. If a dog who has passed the screening process begins to display any form of unacceptable behavior, we do our best to work with that dog through the behavior. If the behavior cannot be resolved, we reserve the right to kindly ask the dog not to return.