Dog Day Program

Now Taking Applications!

Every dog deserves a break in the middle of the week, that’s why we have Wag Wednesdays! Register your dog for a day of play, socialization, obstacles, Kong snacks, doggie education, calming time with essential oils and soothing music, and more!

Our Wag Wednesday staffing team have completed our Positive Approach Canine Education program and understand dog body language and communication. Our day program has been developed and is overseen by our Professional Certified Dog Trainers.  We recognize the importance of a safe, consistent and well-balanced environment for your dog to learn, play, relax and socialize in and your dog will receive the highest of level of attention and care. Our facility is modern and clean, and we ensure expert sanitation and disease control to keep your dog safe, happy and healthy while in our care.

Each dog must have an assessment before enrolling in our day program. This will confirm if your dog has adequate social skills and the comfort with our day program staff. It will also give our staff the important opportunity to get to know you and your dog.

Before booking an assessment, dog owners must commit to coming every Wednesday for their dogs to attend. Before attending, dogs must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have up to date vaccines (Bordetella, Rabies and DHPP) – proof is required
  • Must be spayed or neutered
  • Must be a minimum of 6 months old
  • Must be treated in advance for fleas, ticks and lice

To apply for Wag Wednesday, please download and fill out our questionnaire and review our Rules & Regulations.

Hours of Operation:

Wednesday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Closed Statutory Holidays

We do not offer overnight service. Dogs must be dropped off before 9:00am and picked up before 6:00pm.


$32 per day + GST
10% discount on second dog in the household


If you have any questions please call 403-932-2072 or email




This is Shannon, Bears other owner.  And new love of his life.   He is with me EVERYWHERE I go and also believes himself a lap dog if I sit down.  He’s still really shy around men and other dogs, but kids and women he’ll walk right up to when we’re out just to be petted.  My neighbour and her Shepard mix Murphy (4 years old as well) walk with us and he “puts up” with Murphy. More or less pretends he’s not there.  He’s also learned a new trick. He can now shake a paw. We’re working on fetch but so far I’m the one retrieving the tennis ball. He also loves hunting birds in the tall grass. He doesn’t understand stealth and will never be able to catch one but he is in his glory chasing them. Bear is doing great, and we are loving him in our lives. 

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