the pack day camp
We bring together our "pack" of dogs Monday through Friday at Wonder Dog Studio for behavior based socialization at Camp. The dogs play, walk, and work as a pack. Our experienced staff has learned how to properly read the body language of dogs. Not only does this prevent problems, it allows us to effectively communicate with our dogs without talking.
Body language and energy are everything in the dog world. The tools we use include backpacks, slip leads and gentle leaders, our every popular custom dog treadmill as well as high value treats resulting in building the confidence in dogs with low self esteem, draining pent up energy that leads to destructive behavior, stimulating their mind with physical activity as well as basic simple obedience results in an all around happy and healthy dog.
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DAY CAMP DETAILS:
Puppies can start as soon as your veterinarian has given clearance to be around other dogs in a social environment.
Monday - Friday Drop off after 8:30 am and pick up before 2:30 at the studio
Transportation from your home to our studio varies based on your location.
Single Session. - $40
6 Session Pack - $192 (Save $48!)
12 Session Pack - $360 (Save $120)
20 Session Pack - $480 (save $320)
If your dog attends a regular schedule of 3-5 Days per week
or you have 2 dogs $400 total for 20 pack (plus transportation if applicable)
Transportation (Pick up and Drop off from your home to our studio)
Summit Single $5 6PK $30 12PK $60 20PK $100
New Providence Single $7 6PK $49 12PK $84 20PK $140
Chatham Single $7 6PK $45 12PK $84 20PK $140
Short Hills Single $7 6PK $45 12PK $84 20PK $140
The fine print:
All dogs must be up to date with Bordatella, Rabies, Distemper and Parvo.
We recommend the Canine Flu Shot, Lymes, and Lepto.
All dogs over 6 months must be spayed or neutered to attend camp.
All dogs must be social. We will work with dogs that are nervous, have anxiety, jump, pull on the leash, need to be house trained, and other non aggressive behaviors. An initial trial is always done with a new dog. Some dogs may do best working with our behaviorist.