Oswego Animal Hospital's "Doggie Daycare" offers safe and loving care to pets when their families are unavailable. Our staff of animal-lovers offer many years of experience working with dogs, including kennel work, supervising group playtime at boarding facilities, grooming, and dog-sitting.
Our premier daycare facilities include: • A 26' x 12' gated indoor area • Outdoor area with runs and kiddie pools • Fully supervised playtime • A variety of toys • Areas for napping and relaxation • Water stations
Monday - Friday: 8am-5pm - full or half day (8m-1pm)
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-2pm.
Full day (8 hours), weekday - $25*
Half day (4 hours), weekday - $15*
Full day (8 hours), weekday - $15*
Half day (4 hours), weekday - $7.50*
Weekends (6 hours) - $19.50* (for boarding and drop-off pets)
Holidays daycare on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. (Please call for hours).
Closed: Easter, July 4th, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Year’s Day.
* All prices subject to change at any time.
Frequent Boarders Special
Oswego Animal Hospital is delighted to offer Doggie Daycare Punch Cards to our regular guests. After 10 days of daycare, the 11th day is free!
Policies and Procedures
Before your pet’s Doggie Daycare stay, please familiarize yourself with the following policies and procedures.
• We do not provide pets with treat unless given permission by the pet owner. Please let us know if you want your pet to receive treats.
• If requested by the owner, breakfast, lunch, and/or a dinner can be provided to pets. Owners may bring food from home or opt for the house food. Dogs are only fed when every pet is separated and crated, and they are given a rest period following mealtime. Otherwise, pets remain uncrated with plenty of opportunities for socialization and play throughout their stay.
• If your dog is dropped off in need of a nail trim, groom, or vaccination, we will provide this service prior to departure.
• Your dog will be sent home with a report card at the end of his day with details including best friends, favorite toys, overall behavior, and any other relevant notes.
All boarding and “Doggie Daycare” guests must have current vaccines, including rabies, distemper with lepto, canine influenza, bordetella, and a fecal sample.
• Unfortunately, we cannot accept female pets in heat.
• While prior socialization is not a requirement to attend our Doggie Daycare program, any dogs who are aggressive and/or do not play well with others are subject to removal from daycare.
• If your dog exhibits signs of stress or discomfort and needs to be removed from daycare, we will notify you immediately.
We look forward to meeting your dog and making his stay as comfortable as possible — for both you and your pet. We take the health and safety of our guests seriously, and we thank you for entrusting us with their care.
Help Save Pets was originally founded as the Humane Society of Plainfield in 2000. Since then we have placed over 11,000 animals into loving homes. Each one of these animals was given shelter, food, medical aid and vaccinations and time to find the right home. Our doctors mended mutilated limbs and cured many illnesses so that these animals could get a second chance at good lives. We have grown and now operate out of 6 locations, not all of them in Plainfield. In 2008, we changed our name from the Humane Society of Plainfield to Help Save Pets, still HSP.
Dr. Tony Kremer owns 6 veterinary hospitals in the Chicagoland area and one in Ohio. He is the founder of Help Save Pets, an animal shelter which has saved more than 11,000 pets since 2000. Dr. Tony’s knowledge, insight, and advice are shared regularly with major media outlets across the nation and in the third largest market. Dr. Tony is also a member of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association Public Education Committee that routinely gets the word out about responsible pet ownership.