A Day at Perth Pet Club Doggy Day Care

Going away for a non-dog-friendly day trip and wondering what to do with your precious pooch? Drop them off at our Doggy Day Care for a wonderful day of friendly play and plenty of care and affection.

We provide separate areas for large dogs and small dogs too. Our friendly and experienced staff will keep an eye on your pup throughout the day to make sure they play nice and socialise with same-temperament dogs.

Let’s take a look at an average day at Doggy Day Care to see if it’s right for your dog.

Drop Off and Pick Up

Perth Pet Club offer custom drop off and pick up times to suit your needs, however you can drop off your dog anytime within our standard opening hours: between 7am-11am in the morning, and 3pm-6pm in the afternoon.

Once your dog has been dropped off, we will allocate them to one of our gorgeous kennels. Perth Pet Club Doggy Day Care provides your dog with their own kennel and outdoor patio bed for the day.

Facilities and Play Areas

Along with our awesome kennels and patio beds, Doggy Day Care offers multiple large grass areas for your pet to run and play all day long. And if it gets too cold or too hot, we keep the kennel areas temperature controlled with AC and heating.

We also offer separate day care areas for large dog and small dogs, which allows your dog to socialise and play with other similar sized friendly dogs throughout the day. If you have two different sized dogs we will usually house them together for the day.


At Doggy Day Care, our trained and experienced staff love playing with your pets. While socialising with other dogs is an important part of the day, we make sure to get involved with walks, games of fetch, and plenty of affection for your furry friend.

We also have a pond area open all day for your pet to play and swim. Many dogs love to swim, but we understand it’s not for all dogs and that it can also be dangerous. Because of this, the pond area is closely supervised, and there is an extra charge for this area. We only allow trained and social dogs to enter the pond area.