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Managing a Safe and Successful Dog Day Care Presented by Tristan Flynn

  • Tuesday, November 01, 2016
  • (EDT)
  • Friday, November 01, 2019
  • (EDT)
  • Recorded Webinar

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Virtual Summit Recorded Webinar

(One of 25 webinars that were featured in PPG's August Virtual Pet Care Summit)

Presented by Tristan Flynn

CEUs PPAB, 1 IAABC, (Pending) CCPDT, (Pending)


This presentation will outline the best practices for running a large dog day care facility with a strong focus on both playgroup safety and maximizing profit potential. It will cover how to ask the right questions when assessing new dogs, how to conduct new dog assessments, managing large play groups safely, what your staff need to know and how to set up your facility for success. It will also cover the financial aspect of the business from what should you charge, how to offer discounts and how to ensure your business is successful and profitable.


Webinar Objectives

  • How to assess a new dog for day care.
  • How to manage a large playgroup of dogs.
  • How your playgroups and facility should be set up.
  • How to price your business properly for maximum profits.


About the Presenter


Tristan Flynn is a certified dog trainer (CPDT-KA) and a certified dog behavior consultant through the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants. He hosts a weekly radio show K9 Connection on the Rogers Radio network in Nova Scotia, Canada and appears on Global Television each month hosting Dog Talk. Flynn is the owner of Jollytails, the largest dog day care, training, retail and grooming facility in Nova Scotia with two locations in central Halifax and oversees the assessment and behavior of the nearly 130 dogs per day that attend the facility. Flynn has previously presented webinars for the Pet Professional Guild on teaching reactive dog classes and day care operations, and also presented at the 2015 Association of Professional Dog Trainers Conference. He hosts several presentations a year for pet owners and veterinary students on behavior modification in Atlantic Canada.

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