Phone: (918) 299-5720

9380 S. Union Ave, Tulsa, OK 74132

Open 7AM to 8PM, 365 days a year

Best Dog
Boarders
in Tulsa
2016
woodlandwesthospital

First Time

Check in by 11AM for Daycare


First TimeWelcome to Woodland West Pet Resort and Doggie Daycare!

All new Day Campers will do a temperament test to ensure they can play well with others. They will be in our daycare room by themselves and then we will bring in some of our "regular" campers, one at a time. If they do well with these dogs then we will gradually add the rest of the group. We do ask on the day of the temperament test (if they pass) that they stay with us for at least 2 hours. This is so they will understand what is going on especially if this is their first time in a "Daycare" environment.

Daycare hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m..

Daycare Rates: Full day: $16.00 per dog ( 4 hours or more)

Half Day: $11.00 per dog (4 hours or less)

Temperament Test: FREE

Discounted Rates apply when boarding. Ask receptionist for details.

For all of our regular campers every 6th day of daycare is FREE. You can come every day, everyday or once a week and still enjoy the FREE day!

All campers must be over 4 months old and be spayed or neutered when they areĀ over the age of 6 months.

If you have any more questions please give us a call 918-299-5720

So... can Doggie Day Camp be safe? The best way to describe our day camp is similar to a human Day Care Center. We require a current vaccination history on all of our campers, just like a daycare center, however, no vaccine is 100% effective in humans or animals. Vaccines generally minimize symptoms of viruses, reduce the duration of symptoms and in many cases will stop any symptoms at all. Also similar to children, dogs can play too hard or too rough. Because they use their paws and mouths instead of hands and feet, there may be an occasional scratch or bruise from roughhousing. This should be expected just as in a daycare situation and will be the responsibility of the dog's family; however, the majority of all accidents can be attributed only to rough play, not aggression and any antagonistic dog is put immediately into Time-Out!