The Woods Cross Utah Dog Park was our first location. Now, it remains Davis County's premier full service pet care facility. Services are not limited to cats and dogs. ALL pets are welcome. Dogs are kept in separate zones based on size and temperament, with attendants present at all times. The senior lounge is cozy with couches and a TV for relaxation.The Utah Dog Park-Airport is our newest location. It is the largest dog boarding and daycare facility in the state with over 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor play areas. In this space, we offer6 different zones based on size, temperament, age and activity. All areas have easy access toOur K9 Grass play-yards which are gentle on dogs' feet, safe and clean.Both facilities offer live-webcams and after hours pick up or drop off services as well as pet-taxi services to your veterinarian or groomer.
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Josh S.


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This is absolutely the worst dog care facility I have dealt with. My dog was injured, and the injury went unnoticed for days until I picked her up, gave her a bath and noticed bloody cuts, scrapes and puncture wounds. When I let the staff know, the response from the owner was to blame my dogs behavior using reports that could not possibly be about my dog. When confronted, they ended all communication.

Utah dog park puts on a good face, with a large clean facility, friendly staff up front who seem to know whats going on until put to the test.

I have a three and a half year old female golden retriever. We have used day care to socialize her since she was six months old, and I have been very involved in getting to know the facilities before leaving my dog with people I don't know. I am also very aware of her behaviors while in daycare because I don't want to raise a dog that doesn't behave. So when I was told that she frequently humps and plays rough I know they are lying.

Do not take your dog here, they don't care about the animals, they are understaffed for the number of dogs they take in and they don't pay enough attention to notice bloody cuts and scratches. The owner Dr. Pam Nichols is unprofessional, dishonest and completely unaware of how her staff is taking care of the animals. There was no follow through about my complaint. They even brought out the wrong dog when I first got there to pick her up! They have no idea what they are doing! Take your dog anywhere else!

Clark H.


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We take our dogs to Dr. Pam and her colleges at the Utah dog park. You can take your dog there just to play for the day or see a vet like Dr. Pam. You can also board you dog if needed. Dr. Pam is not only a vet but a good friend also. Try the Utah dog park Linda and Clark Harvey love it and we think you will also.

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MobilePhone: 801-683-3647

Dog Parks, Dog Day Care, Dog Training, Kennels, Parks, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Pet Grooming, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
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