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For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« on: 07:08 07-May-2018 »
Does Kyiv have an indoor play center/playground for dogs?  This is neither a pet hotel, nor is it a home based dog watching or walking service.  I am aware that Kyiv has outdoor dog parks.


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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #1 on: 08:50 07-May-2018 »
Does Kyiv have an indoor play center/playground for dogs?  This is neither a pet hotel, nor is it a home based dog watching or walking service.  I am aware that Kyiv has outdoor dog parks.

There were 2 pet hotels when I checked a year ago.

One closer to the center.  Small.

One basically based in a dacha with some homespun fencing on Kyiv's outskirts.

Couldn't bring myself to leave my dog in either.   

Best bet is to find a neighbor with a dog and a yard.  Build up a reciprocal dog watching relationship.

Indoor play center?  Not that I've heard of.
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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #2 on: 11:01 07-May-2018 »
http://dogcity.com.ua/

in which you can find :

http://dogcity.com.ua/services/detskij-sad-dlya-sobak/

However, seems to be more focused on training and socialising of one's dog.

Doggie boarding centre - looks reasonable.

https://www.facebook.com/dogcenterua/


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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #3 on: 23:26 07-May-2018 »
The Dog city socializing and training and playground sounds like the ticket.

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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #4 on: 23:58 07-May-2018 »
The Dog city socializing and training and playground sounds like the ticket.

Do you have a dog here?
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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #5 on: 01:57 08-May-2018 »
I just know someone with the common problem of owning a high energy, working type dog, in the city where they go nuts if not exercised two hours a day.

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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #6 on: 02:32 08-May-2018 »
I just know someone with the common problem of owning a high energy, working type dog, in the city where they go nuts if not exercised two hours a day.

Tell them to get a KONG.   Food goes inside.  Dog sits for hours trying to get it out, which it loves to do.  Dogs are happy to burn energy doing that.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwZI1isnvPQ

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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #7 on: 18:58 08-May-2018 »
I just know someone with the common problem of owning a high energy, working type dog, in the city where they go nuts if not exercised two hours a day.

Ah, a Siberian Husky or an Alaskan Malamute perhaps?


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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #8 on: 19:30 08-May-2018 »
I just know someone with the common problem of owning a high energy, working type dog, in the city where they go nuts if not exercised two hours a day.

Ah, a Siberian Husky or an Alaskan Malamute perhaps?

Very astute guess.

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Re: For Dogs: Indoor Play center?
« Reply #9 on: 23:27 08-May-2018 »
I just know someone with the common problem of owning a high energy, working type dog, in the city where they go nuts if not exercised two hours a day.

Ah, a Siberian Husky or an Alaskan Malamute perhaps?

Very astute guess.

David, I was joking. For me, high energy working dogs in the UK could be a Sheepdog (Collie), a Springer Spaniel or a Red Setter (Irish). They seem to go on forever.