Doggie day care centers are gaining popularity in the U.S. nowadays. While the owners are working, they can send their furry little ones to a kindergarten for dogs. Employees pick up dogs from their homes on a special “school” bus, and they look after them all day.
At the day care shelters, staff feed the dogs, care for them, play with them, and do activities. They take several dogs at once and look after them in a large, safe area. These shelters are becoming more and more popular, and some of them pick up dogs on a special school bus!
One of the popular shelters is the Doggie School Bus in Oregon. It was founded by a guy named Arat Montoya, who loves dogs very much. Back in 2016, the guy rented a house and started bringing several dogs there a day, where he looked after them. Now the guy’s company is growing – he takes about 20 dogs a day and takes care of them in a big house with large grounds.
The dogs run to Arat when they see the “school bus” arriving. They are always happy to spend time at his shelter, socialize, play to their hearts’ content – and some of them can’t even be dragged back home at the end of the day!
There is also another popular shelter in the United States, EZ Dog Stay. The shelter has several buses in its garage, and they take in 50-60 dogs a day. The dogs have a huge area at their disposal and a farmhouse where they run around and have fun.