Baby D’s Home is a new dog daycare on Broadway near Main st. Vancouver, that’s founded by dog lovers! Our goal is to create a comfortable environment for our furry babies to hang out and socialize with new friends.
Daycare In take Process:
All dogs must have their 3rd set of shots and be spayed or neutered (by 7 months of age). Book your free orientation and 3 hour trial for your fur baby (Available on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays). This allows you to tour the facility and your pup to play and explore.
|Full Day||Half Day|
|1 time drop in $35 (with discretion)||1 time drop in $24 (5hrs)|
|5 times $170 ($34)||5 times $115 ($23)|
|10 times $320 ($32.50)||10 times $215 (21.50)|
|20 times $610 ($30.50)||20 times $410 (20.50)|
|Monthly pass $540 ($27)|
20% off for second dog (from same household)
Hourly rate $10
Late Pickup: $15 every 30 minutes.
Our groomer Yoshiko is a Master Groomer with over 35 years of combined experience in Japan and Canada. She has graduated from the Japan Dog Grooming School and is a certified Master groomer by the N.D.G.A.A.
Yoshiko moved to Canada in 1987 and is fluent in Japanese and English. She specializes in styling small to medium dog breeds, with extensive experience in terrier breeds.
Kaori has more than fifteen years of experience grooming dogs. She was formally trained in Japan. She has worked as a groomer in Japan, Hawaii, Australia, and the past ten years in Vancouver.
Her credo on grooming is to focus on the comfort and well-being of her furry friends. The part about her career that she enjoys the most is building trust and understanding with both canine and human clients.
Kaori specializes in Asian fusion cuts as well as all breeds and sizes.
She owns a sweet-natured Morkie named Brody. Kaori speaks Japanese and English.
Holly has been passionate about dogs from the get go! Holly was part of 4-H dog clubs from a young age, learning to train and show her own dogs.
She volunteered at a local vet clinic and the SPCA. She then began working with dog daycares and dog walking companies.
The more she learned, the more she was pulled toward training dogs. She is passionate about helping people and their dogs to thrive. When a dog and their owners work together with patience and positivity the possibilities are endless and magical.