Dog Daycare

Some days are simply too busy to give your dog the love and attention that they need. When you've got a laundry list a mile long, that's where dog daycare comes in. 

At Dogs World North your dog will enjoy a fun-filled day of playing with other dog buddies in our indoor/outdoor doggie daycare area and in our spacious outdoor play yards. Each dog that comes through our facility is evaluated for which play group best fits their personality, ensuring that the dogs will get along and enjoy their time with each other.

We offer doggy daycare 7 days a week. Early drop off and late pickup will allow you to focus on your daily tasks while your dog has a blast playing with our staff and other dogs. At the end of the day you will pick up a happy, "dog tired" pup! 

Let your dog have the most fun while you're skiing at Boyne Mountain, taking the boat out on Lake Charlevoix, taking a day trip to Mackinac Island or any other fine Northern Michigan destinations. Enjoy your time guilt-free knowing your dog is having fun in a safe, controlled environment.

If you are interested in attending All Day Play Doggy Daycare please download, fill out, and submit our New Client Registration Form and we'll contact you about coming in for a behavior assessment. We offer dog daycare for Petoskey, Charlevoix, East Jordan, Walloon Lake, Boyne City, and the Greater Northern Michigan area.

Dog Day Care for Holidays

Please note that dog daycare may not be available during holidays. Call to check availability.

Dog Day Care for Human-Focused Pups

Some dogs may not be accepted into the all day dog daycare program, but will not be left behind! These dogs will be placed in our "dogs day out" program where they will engage in human interactive activities including, but not limited to: walks, puzzle activities, and agility obstacles.


Boyne City | Charlevoix | Petoskey | East Jordan | Walloon Lake | Greater Northern Michigan
GREAT FACILITY! It's spacious and clean and our dogs loved it! The staff was caring and took great care of our dogs.
- Ed Zobeck