Lucky Dog Daycare is Still Open
We are taking additional precautions and are obligated to help your pet with their necessary playtime that Lucky Dog Daycare provides.
We are open for both daycare and boarding.
COVID-19 and Your Dog
At this time, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) say there is no evidence that companion animals can spread COVID-19.
More information can be found below.
Doggy Daycare in Sun Prairie
Since 1998, Lucky Dog Daycare has been taking care of dogs in the Madison and Sun Prairie area. We began only offering doggy daycare, but now we offer overnight boarding for our current daycare dogs. We opened up boarding to our regular daycare clients to ensure all the dogs are comfortable during their stay. The dogs know the area they are staying in and will receive daycare during their overnight stay. The staff will know what special needs your dog may have and will know what is normal or unusual behavior for your dog. With our limited capacity for overnight campers our staff will take the time with your dog if special attention is needed. Our staff loves dogs, and our environment ensures long term employment for staff members, which means you and your dog will get to know us and your dog will get plenty of attention from their favorite humans.
Your dog will come into the facility energized and happy, and go home happy and sleepy from play! Your dog will be excited to see our staff members and their canine best friends. We would love for you to contact us to schedule a tour of our facility and set up daycare for one day or a regular schedule. Space is limited, so come see us and all we have to offer to your family!
Feel free to call Lucky Dog Daycare to get your pup scheduled for daycare or dog boarding. Or simply email us at email@example.com and let us know what you need for your dog.
You are always more than welcome to stop by and check out our facility.
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COVID-19 and Your Dog
At this time, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) say there is no evidence that companion animals can spread COVID-19. However, people who are sick with COVID-19 should restrict contact with pets and other animals, just as you would restrict your contact with other people. Here are some helpful links to reference as the situation develops:
- Make sure to have an emergency kit prepared with at least two weeks’ worth of your pet’s food and any needed medications. The CDC provides a great Pet Disaster Checklist here: https://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/resources/disaster-prep-pet-emergency-checklist.pdf
- If you become quarantined or diagnosed with COVID-19, you can find the CDC’s guidance on managing this with pets in the household here. If you are communicating with a public health official, please let them know that you have a pet or other animals in your home.
If you have any questions or concerns about your pet’s health, please do not hesitate in contacting your veterinarian.