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Valley Animal Hospital & Pet Resort


No matter what your day entails, be rest assured that our priority is keeping your furry friend happy, healthy and safe.


Convenient location, specialized care, and a well-trained, compassionate staff make us the top choice among pet owners. We treat every pet as if they are our very own family pet, and strive to make their stay with us as comfortable and fun-filled as possible. We hope that they will think of Valley as a home away from home.

How does pet daycamp work?

We pride ourselves for our first class daycamp experience. While outside, campers under our care will enjoy large play areas that come equipped with toys, some play equipment, pools to keep them cool, and a trained staff member who is supervising at all times. While inside, campers will be paired with other dogs they are comfortable with. Some campers continue to play inside and sometimes they rest and enjoy their break. Please note that weather advisory warnings or bad weather may alter our daycamp schedule or limit their time outside. Rest assured that we monitor our campers demeanor and activity level and follow any recommended safety guidelines the best we can to make sure they are having fun but, most importantly, staying safe!

New campers are evaluated during the course of three trial visits to assure our daycamp program is the right fit for them. We will provide feedback on how they are doing after each trial day and determine together the best course of action for your pet.

Why should I place my pet in daycamp?

We understand that pet owners have busy lives. Working, hobbies, and running errands can keep us out of the house for most of the day. Pets that are left home alone can lack the exercise and attention that they need to be happy and healthy. Daycamp provides peace of mind and a safe place for your dog to come to have fun, release some energy, and socialize.

Daycamp is not a training program. We follow basic training skills when walking on a leash, however, the excitement level of our campers coming in and leaving daycamp is not always conducive for adequate training. If you think your pet needs behavior training or you have questions about training, please call to schedule a behavior consult with a doctor.

When do you offer pet daycamp?

We have a reservation only policy with our daycamp schedule. We offer daycamp Monday – Friday. Daycamp drop-off time is 7am-9am and pick up time is before 6:00 pm. Campers picked up after 6:00pm may incur a late pick-up fee. Please call our office to check availability and make reservations when arranging daycamp services.