1. Cleanliness. There should be minimal offensive odor and immediate clearance of accidents and the other dogs should look healthy.
2. Playing time intended for most of the day. While a two-hour “lunchtime” period is common, your dog should have time for the rest of the day to play with co-workers and other dogs.
3. Proof of current vaccinations. Vaccinations and / or titers against distemper, parvo, rabies and bordatella should be required.
4. Adequate supervision. The staff should be physically in the rooms with the dogs at all times. Monitoring through a window or gate is not enough.