Don't hesitate to get in touch with any queries you may have, we are always happy to help.


PHONE:      07760 176 495

EMAIL:      info@joeysdoggiedaycare.co.uk

We are open between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

We spend all day with the dogs so we can't always answer the phone. Please leave a message with your name and contact details and we'll get back to you.

If you would like to enrol, please fill in the application form below and we will be in touch to discuss how we can help and what your dog's needs are.


Please note - All new dogs will be required to pass an initial behaviour assessment. This is to ensure only friendly, sociable dogs are accepted and also provides the opportunity to understand their personality and whether your dog would be suited to day care. The enrolment assessment costs £15, you can find out more by clicking here

"I've known Tom for years and ever since he was small he's always been passionate about dogs. Just brilliant with our bouncy Boxers and the transformation in Joey from little terror to well balanced happy chappie was wonderful to see."
Hannah Campbell
"Definitely recommend Joey's Dog Day Care, lovely owners and one of the few places I'd trust to leave my dog."
Andrew Laing


Dog splashing in pool

  • Totally Secure Site. Set in acres of fields where you dog can roam free.

  • Mains Water, Heating & Shower Facilities. All the creature comforts you would expect.

  • Heated Log Cabins. With a selection of warm snuggly beds & blankets.

  • Dedicated Small Dog/Puppy area. Separated from the main field so they can enjoy things at their own pace.

  • Dog Playground. Splash pool, ball pit, tires, agility platforms & sensory garden.

  • Organised Games & Activities. Treat hunting, bubble parties, frisbee & ball games

  • Fully Equipped Dog Bus. Kitted out with crates, air conditioning & beds so our guests travel in style.

Did you know?

A dog’s whiskers — found on the muzzle, above the eyes and below the jaws — are technically known as vibrissae. They are touch-sensitive hairs than actually sense minute changes in airflow.

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