K9 Games Reno – Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, there is a $25 Fee
Your K9 friend needs their Bordatella, distemper (DHLPP), and Rabies vaccinations.
They need to be AT LEAST 16 weeks old and have all three of their boosters before coming to K9 Games Reno
No, it’s not. As long as the dog is physically able to be trained, they can be trained.
Yes, it is a common problem and is something we work with all the time so we can definitely help you.
Yes, we do welcome all breeds and temperaments of dogs.
It depends on the disability, we do our best to make accommodations for those dogs with disabilities.
Definitely! Please see our K9 Day Camp Page for our day camp training options.
Our handlers and trainers take your dog through various activities while they are in our care.
We do utilize crates. Your dog may be put in a crate if he/she is in training for aggression, reactivity, and potty or crate training. Crates are also used for dogs in for just day camp. They will not be in them for very long, normally no longer than 30-45 minutes in between each session.
Unfortunately, we do not offer dog boarding at the moment but we intend to in the future.
Yes, we will feed your dog while they are at Daycare Camp.
Yes, you can schedule your dog for Day Camp online, just follow this guide for a step-by-step on how to do so.