Who We Are
Something you’ve never seen before
The Layton Barking lot will be an experience and a place where you and your fur baby will want to hang out all the time! We will always provide personal attention and care that will exceed your expectations. One trip to the Layton Barking Lot and you will understand the “Experience” that we speak of.
“We provide an experience so amazing that not only will the owners want to leave their pets with us, they will want to stay themselves.” – Janelle Richardson
We believe in having a true open-door policy. There are web cams throughout our facility. Also, our “Rest area”, which is our 7,000 sq. ft. observation deck, allows you to see our entire boarding, daycare, and “Route 66” indoor dog park.
Expound your expectations
The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends that doggy daycares have at least 50 sq. ft. of play area per dog, to avoid overcrowding and stress. This is why our daycare area is almost 11,000 square feet of indoor turf play and over ¼ acre outside.
All areas where dogs will play, or run are covered in artificial turf designed for use with dogs. The turf is on a bed or gravel and sand then on native soil, the turf is self-draining and our custodial crew is always on hand to clean messes as soon as they happen (we do ask that you clean up your dog’s solid waste in the park, then we will do the rest).
We have six sizes of boarding suites to fit the needs of any size dog or a family of dogs in the same suite. All our suites have raised beds so if your dog has an accident in the night, they are not laying in it for hours. Any boarding dogs that have night-time accidents go first to the bathing area for a free bath before they go to daycare.
All food for our boarding pets is prepared by our trained staff in one of two food prep rooms and the bedding and towels are cleaned by our laundry department.
One of our favorite areas is our Pit Stop Observation Deck. This is a place to just hang out with or without your furry friend. We have lounge furniture, books, games, TVs, gym equipment, and a snack bar. There is also a counter you can sit at that overlooks the park so you can watch dogs play or watch the sporting events. The TVs broadcast dog sports, nature shows and dog movies. So, grab a snack, pick a TV or a book, curl up with your best friend and chill for the afternoon or the day.
We are looking forward to the grand opening!