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He or she will be in a time out space while the dogs are inside and placed back into the group when they go outside every hour.
When dogs in the group need to go into “time out” they are placed in either a suite, a smaller playroom or a crate.
This is based on space availability and where the dog is the most comfortable and quiet. Dogs in “time out” are joined back with the group at the next outside outing, which occurs every hour.
If your dog needs to be placed in time out while outside, we have time out pens in they yard area.
Visually, the use of K9 dogs on citizens may lead many to recall when, during the 1960’s civil rights movement, dogs were used on mostly minority citizens in an effort to punishing protesters for speaking out for equal rights and against racism.
Little has changed from that time until the present.
The mop bucket is changed several times during the day and the mop head is replaced each time. Solid waste is picked up with paper towels and cleaned with disinfectant. Dogs who cannot play in the group are taken outside every hour for individual exercise. During summer hot months dogs are out for 5-30 minutes depending on the temperature.
This is an attempt to calm them down without placing them in time out.
Like every other group, the extra small dogs are taken outside into their own play yard every hour.
When they are inside they are allowed to roam and nap on beds in the extra small playroom. Special needs dogs are allowed to join the staff in our kitchen, which looks similar to a home.
If you do not see your big dog in the play yard, it may be because they are in time out for one or more of these reasons: dog aggression, too wild or barking in other dogs faces causing them to snap at him or her or excessive humping other dogs.
If you do not see your dog in the playroom, it is usually because they are in time out for one or more of these reasons: dog aggression, too wild or barking in other dogs faces causing them to snap at him or her, non stop disruptive barking, jumping over the playroom fence or too anxious or nervous in the room with.