To fairly accommodate all of The Paw Zone’s canine guests
and pack leaders, we have set a few ground rules at our facility.
Reservations are mandatory. Space is limited and we ask that you
reserve a spot 24 hours in advance. You are always welcome to call
the morning of the day your wish to bring your dog to see if we
still have space available.
The Paw Zone closes promptly at 7 p.m. Please arrive before we close
so that we may sign your dog out for the day. There is a $1 per
minute late fee after 7 p.m.
All dogs must be up-to-date on vaccines (Rabies, DHPPC, Bordetella).
We welcome all dogs over the age of four months,
but all dogs older than nine months must be spayed or neutered.
We require your dog to have a negative fecal exam
within the past six months, as well as continuous and regular use
of a flea/tick preventative. We also strongly urge you to keep your
dog on a year-round heartworm preventative.
We strongly recommend that your dog have a current
Jefferson County license.
for Your First Day
During your dog’s first visit to The Paw Zone, we ask that
you bring documents that show proof of the following:
1) Current rabies vaccine
2) Current DHPPC vaccine
3) Current Bordetella vaccine
4) Negative fecal exam (within the last six months)
5) Spay/neuter (for dogs over nine months old)
6) Use of flea/tick preventative (receipt of purchase)
and Personality Assessment
Please be aware that The Paw Zone is a dog socialization and exercise
facility. Our socialization and exercise program is an extension
of our obedience training. We believe that mental stimulation is
the key to providing your dog with everything he or she needs to
be a successful member of your family.
dog will join other dogs in a social setting where we provide time
for exercise. Your dog is required to be friendly toward both other
dogs and people. We will give your dog a personality assessment
during their introduction to ensure that they are ready and able
to be part of our program. We reserve the right to not allow a dog
back into the group if we see behavior that is dangerous to others.
Expect to stay 45 minutes to an hour depending on your dog’s