Dog Daycare in McLean Virginia

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Dog Daycare in McLean Virginia

Capitol Canine Club allows dogs to play cage-free with other dogs while also practicing some basic training and manners. The dogs are walked outside before and after play times, and are given a nap period mid-day. This program allows dogs maximum freedom to run, play, and interact with other dogs while being closely supervised by trained staff. Our Club offers pets a doggie day care experience with the same high quality of care that is expected from Old Dominion Animal Health Center.

For more than 40 years our highly skilled, compassionate staff of veterinary professionals have been providing exceptional animal boarding, grooming, and training services. We want to become your trusted source for all of your pet’s needs and we look forward to serving you for many years to come!




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Dogs are grouped depending on their temperament, play style and energy level. Groups are rotated throughout the morning to ensure that play is happy and friendly! Then everybody gets a mid-day break and/or nap and then the play groups get going again in the afternoon! Throughout the day good manners like sitting politely, waiting for a treat, taking treats nicely, and taking turns going through doors are encouraged!



As with all of our boarding clients, members of Capitol Canine Club will be current on all vaccinations to provide a disease-free environment for all our dogs to play. In addition, our Club members will all have record of a negative fecal test annually, to keep our play space free of parasites and pathogenic protozoa. We provide a worry-free environment for your pet to socialize with other well-loved animals.



Our staff members have been thoroughly trained and evaluated by C&C PALS president Carole Peeler, CPDT, CDBC, CNWI. With more than eighteen years of experience in dog training and canine behavior consultation, Carole is certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers and as a dog behavior consultant through the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Inc. (IAABC).