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Dog Day Camp

Lancaster Veterinary Clinic offers Dog Day Camp to our furry friends.  Day Camp friends will play with others that are similar in size and personality.  Pets will play under supervision of our friendly crew.  Every pet will receive snack, lots of play time (both inside and out) and a nap at noon time.  Your pet will be mentally and physically stimulated for a full day.  Call today to talk about more details with our kennel manager.


dog day care

  • Day by day drop in
  • 15 day package - drop in on the days as you choose
  • 30 day package and 1 bath and nail trim - drop in on the days you choose
  • call for quotes


  • Great socialization for your dog

  • Your pet isn't home alone all-day

  • Healthy weight management benefits

  • Helps burn off excess energy

  • At the end of the day, your dog's energy level will equal yours after a long day at work


  • Monday 7am-7pm

  • Tuesday - Friday: 7am-5pm

  • Holidays: Day Camp will be CLOSED for the following holidays:  New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.


Day camp dogs must meet the following vaccination and preventive care requirements:

  • DHLPP (Distemper)

  • Rabies

  • Bordetella

  • Canine Influenza (H3N2 and H3N8) (Recommended but not required)

  • Negative fecal result annually

  • Current on an effective flea and tick preventative ie. bravecto, simparica trio, advantix, seresto


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