First of its kind dog social club opens in Wirral

A new and unique dog social club has recently opened in Wirral, offering a wide range of services for dogs and their owners.

Located on Champions Business Park in Upton, the 6,000 sq. ft. centre is the first of its kind in the UK and is operated by the highly acclaimed local business, Dogs Go.

The club provides doggy daycare, dog training, a play centre, a ball pond, an outdoor play field, a groom room, a holistic therapy room, a shop, and a café. Membership is free, and they are hosting a special launch event called the ‘Launch Paw-ty’ on 2 July, featuring games, food, treats, and more.

During weekdays, doggy daycare is available from 7.15 am to 6 pm, offering multiple outdoor play sessions, indoor classes, brain games, group training, and relaxation time with classical music and aromatherapy. Grooming and holistic therapy treatments will be introduced soon.

On weekends, the centre hosts member-only dog playtimes, allowing dogs and owners to participate in fun games and activities in a controlled and safe environment.

The Dogs Go Social Club also features a café and shop that sell a variety of ethically sourced dog products.

New dogs undergo a strict induction process, including a behavioural assessment and gradual integration into the main play area with other dogs. After their first session, dogs receive a flower garland, a medal, and a party bag.

Owner Sarah Ashworth said, “Dogs Go in Raby has developed a fantastic reputation as we are very thorough and have a strict membership criteria that dogs must meet.

“Our doggy camps and social events at the park are fun, interactive and safe — improving dogs’ mental health by socialising, stimulation and training. We have been transforming dogs’ lives and the owners are amazed at how they develop with us.”

Sarah continued, “To now open this huge, first-of-its-kind social club centre is a dream come true. There’s nothing like this around that offers so much under one roof. We not only offer doggy daycare, where people can leave their dogs in a safe environment having fun and being trained, but also social events, grooming, holistic therapy, a cafe, shop and more.”

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