DayCamp Options And Pricing

24-Hour drop-off and pick-up available!
($18 - Reservation REQUIRED)

DayCamp Pricing

(packages expire 90 days from purchase date unless otherwise specified)

Full Day DayCamp (over 5 hours)

$29 with reservation

  • 10 Full Days (pkg): $280.00 (28.00/day)
  • 15 Full Days (pkg): $405.00 (27.00/day)
  • 20 Full Days (pkg): $520.00 (26.00/day)
  • 20 Full Days (FREQUENT FLYER PKG): $490.00 (24.50/day) Only usable Monday-Friday, expires 30 DAYS from purchase date

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Half Day DayCamp (up to 5 hours)

$21 with reservation

  • 12 Half Days (pkg): $240.00 (20.00/day)

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Pampered Puppies Program

$25 (one time fee)

  • Required for all puppies under 16 weeks
  • Potty breaks graduating from every half hour up to two hours, positive reinforcement for house breaking!
  • Manners – sit, walk on leash, no jumping or biting, positive reinforcement, proper play and socialization
  • Meal(s) free of charge until 16 weeks (food provided by owner)
  • Naps as needed (and/or lunch if provided by owner)

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Package Policies:


  • EXPIRE 90 days from date of purchase; unused days will be forfeited
  • CANNOT be applied to lodging stays
  • Payable on first day of use

Resort Amenities:

  • Specialty treats
    • Brrrr Bonz (frozen treat): $3.00
    • Kong filled w/ frozen treat: $5.00
    • PLEASE INFORM US OF PET ALLERGIES – frozen treats are made with one or more ingredients, including meat broth, peanut butter, yogurt, biscuits and jerky.
  • Picture update via email and text (maximum two per day) $5.00 each
  • Nail trim
    • $14.00 for SMALL dogs
    • $18.00 for LARGE dogs
    • $20.00 for X-LARGE dogs

There are inherent risks with participation in services provided by Paws and Claws Pet Resort including but not limited to: nicks, cuts, scrapes, scratches, bites, viruses, cough or cold, and every reasonable precaution is taken to ensure pet's safety and well-being. Paws and Claws Pet Resort cannot be held liable for such occurrences. All dogs do not thrive in an open play environment, however; different accommodations can be made for all.

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