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Welcome to Central Bark Doggy Day Care

We Know Dog.

FetchALocationSince 1997 Central Bark Doggy Day Care locations have grown to accommodate the increasing number of people who realized dogs need regular amounts of social interaction.  As one of the nation’s largest networks of doggy daycares, we understand life gets busy.

Each Central Bark Doggy Day Care location has a team of professionally trained staff members who understand dogs are more than just pets, but friends that are part of your family. We take pride in treating each and every dog as if they were our own, while creating a personalized experience for each unique personality.

Each dog deserves the Central Bark experience, and every dog parent deserves a Central Bark dog.


Latest News

Pistons Coach Adopts Dog With Special Needs

May 5, 2017
A dog who was found dumped in the cold, limping, and near blind a few months ago was the last animal remaining at an animal shelter in Northern Michigan following a ‘clean out the shelter’ event. The dog was adopted this week and his new home is with Stan Van Gundy. The head coach of read more

Happy Pet Preparedness Month!

May 1, 2017
If you’re a lifelong learner and always looking for something interesting to learn, particularly if it’s free, check out the treasure trove of free learning that is the FEMA website. Here you can study a variety of topics and read endless amounts of content like, Animals in Disasters: Awareness and Preparedness. While Central Bark Doggy read more

Microchips 101

April 24, 2017
May is National Chip Your Pet Month, one of the most important animal safety awareness months out of the entire year. Microchipping your pet, in its simplest terms, helps your pet find their way home in the event they get lost. It’s an extremely non-invasive procedure that most veterinarians now offer, and can be completed read more