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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

Dog Found Alive Amid Rubble After Wildfire Destroyed Home

October 17, 2017
Amid the raging wildfires that killed dozens and ravaged communities across Northern California, video of a bounding dog is providing a bit of hope. A day and a half after flames forced the Weaver family to evacuate their Santa Rosa home, brothers-in-law Jack Weaver and Patrick Widen returned to their address to search for the remains read more

Carrie Fisher’s Biggest Fan

October 12, 2017
Carrie Fisher’s beloved French Bulldog, Gary, was just as excited as everyone else about the new “The Last Jedi” trailer released on Monday evening. A picture from Gary’s official Instagram shows the bully watching Fisher portray her iconic role as Leia Organa with the caption, “Just watched the trailer of The Last Jedi and my read more

3 Common, Preventable Health Problems

October 7, 2017
Staying on top of your pet’s health can be hard to remember.  Just as humans are due for check-ups, so are dogs.  When it comes to dogs, there are three very common but preventable problems most vets come across. Obesity can reduce the lifespan of your pet by upwards of 15%, and it is considered read more