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Worcester Dog Daycare
Licence no: 22/06365/ANIACT (5 Stars - Council Higher Standards)


We are open for dog drop off/collections Monday to Friday between the hours of:

 07.00am - 09.00am and 4.30pm - 6.30pm

(Weekends may be available subject to request)  ​

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Dog in kennel

We accept dogs that are:

  • Not under 12 months old 

  • Spayed or neutered 

  • Non-aggressive, well-socialised with other dogs and used to living as part of a family​​

  • Fully vaccinated  - a copy of the vaccination card will be required before boarding.  Kennel Cough is not mandatory.  If obtaining a Kennel Cough vaccination, please allow at least TWO WEEKS following the vaccination before boarding as this is a live virus which can shed to others

  • Up to date with flea and worm treatment  

  • FULLY House trained 

  • Looking to enjoy lots of fuss, fun and company whilst you are away 

  • We also require their ID Chip no.  If this is not known, don't worry, we have a microchip scanner here, and we can give you the number.

Our Worcester Doggy day care is an excellent solution if you are working long hours and your dog is left home alone.  Sometimes you may want a 'day off' or perhaps a 'day out' but worry about leaving your dog unattended.  Instead of worrying, why not bring your dog to our ad hoc doggy day care.  See some of our happy guests in our gallery.


​We offer a fully licenced, small and personal boutique-style doggy daycare service in a home environment, ensuring your dog has a fun time whilst you are away, providing lots of enrichment activities, companionship, socialisation and walks.  There are no children on the premises, all entry/exit points are double-gated for added safety and our large garden is fully secured.  All cleaning products used around the dogs are DEFRA recommended as pet safe.  We have strict welfare and well being policies in place in accordance with our Higher Awards Council Home Boarding licence (22/06365/ANIACT)


The health, happiness and well-being of the dogs who stay is of huge importance and the business is based around the 5 key freedoms of animal welfare under Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018.

Dogs playing at dog boarding in Worcester
Two dogs playing
German Shorthair Pointer

What happens in doggy day care?

Happy dogs

Imagine your dog having the best day ever at DogFather HQ! They will start with a refreshing walk in the beautiful woodlands (Perry Wood)  and meadows (Ronkswood Hill) nearby, where they can explore nature and sniff new scents. Then they will come back to our cozy and fun-filled home, where they can choose from a variety of activities to keep them happy and entertained. They can nap, snack, play with puzzles in the garden, dig, splash, socialize, chase or cuddle - whatever they feel like doing! We have something for every dog, no matter their age, energy level or likes.

We also have a special dog sensory garden with dog-friendly herbs and plants that they can enjoy. The garden can be divided into sections to give each dog their own space if they prefer. Inside the house, we have multiple rooms and comfy beds where they can relax and unwind when they need some quiet time.

Dogs are always supervised and cared for by us. To end the day on a high note, we take them for another walk in the afternoon to stretch their legs and say goodbye to their new friends. We hope your dog will love their stay at DogFather HQ!

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Five Key Freedoms of Animal welfare


Need for a suitable environment


Need to be housed with, or apart from, other animals


Need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns


Need for a suitable diet


Need to be protected from pain, injury, suffering and disease

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