Doggie Daycare

Our location in the beautiful mountains of north Georgia/western North Carolina offers visitors and residents many activities– whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain biking, excursions to the Biltmore, winery tours and much more. But we can often find ourselves wondering who will take care of Rover while we’re gone all day. Rather than leaving your pup alone at the cabin or camper all day, and and instead of constantly checking your watch and worrying about how long you’ve been gone, a day at Camp Happy Dog will give your four-footed loved one a day of play, socialization, one-on-one attention and all-round doggie fun. When you fetch him at the end of the day, he’ll be happy and ready to relax with you– remember, a tired dog is a good dog!

Our normal business hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am until 6 pm.

Monday- Friday, 8am-6pm: $ 25.00 per dog
Early drop-off: $ 5.00 extra
Late pick-up (after 6pm): $ 10.00 per hour

Doggie daycare on the weekend

Saturday & Sunday: $ 35.00 per dog
Saturday & Sunday daycare offered by appointment only and
must be booked in advance.

Boarding at Camp Happy Dog

We are available 8:00 am-6:00 pm for drop-off and pick-up (pick up after 12 noon will be charged a $15 extended stay fee) for boarding Monday through Friday. Saturday available 10:00 am-12 noon for drop-off and pick-up. Sunday drop-off and pick-up is 4:00 pm-6:00 pm. A pre-arranged appointment time outside the listed times may be set for an additional fee.

All dogs are $38 a night. 10% discount for two dogs (same family) sharing a kennel. 25% discount for three dogs, our discretion based on size of dogs and kennel availability. State limit is 3 in a kennel.

Before your dog can come for a sleepover at Camp Happy Dog, we’ll ask you to come by for a preliminary visit. During this visit we’ll show you where your dog will spend his time, both during the daytime and at night. Bring your dog’s vaccination records with you so that we can verify he is up to date on all required vaccinations (including rabies, distemper and bordatella).