MONDAY – FRIDAY: 7:00AM – 4:00PM

Dogs just want to have fun and they absolutely love Central Bark School! We ensure that your dogs get the necessary exercise (lead walks), enrichment stimulation, play time, socialisation interaction, rest and love that they need!

Our managers are trained and have the skills necessary to take proper care of your dogs!

Please note however, that Central Bark School does not accept aggressive dogs, anti – social, unruly dogs. If your dog becomes unruly and/or aggressive, and/or anti – social whilst under the care of Central Bark School, we reserve the right to move the dog into an isolation area. In this event you will be informed as soon as possible and additional charges may apply.

One of the main reasons dogs can develop destructive behaviours is boredom or separation anxiety. If a dog is left by themselves for hours a day during the work week, they may become exceedingly bored or overly anxious, either way, this can turn into a wide variety of destructive behaviours such as chewing, nonstop barking or howling, and even accidents in the house instead of in a designated toilet space. Our Jo’burg lifestyles are demanding and that is why it is important to send your dog to daycare. Prevention is always better than cure so at daycare we provide the healthy stimulation your dog needs to prevent behavioural problems caused by boredom or anxiety.

At daycare your dog will get the following:

  • Routine
  • Exercise
  • Socialisation
  • Mental Stimulation

While your dog, old or young, is at daycare you will have the peace of mind that your dog is safe and getting the loving attention they need.  We also offer to take your dog to the vet as part of our Disease management programme, this includes vaccinations, tick & flea prevention as well as deworming.

In addition to daycare activities we offer the following:

Collection and Drop Off

Disease Management Programme



Training & Behaviour Consulting

We look forward to meeting your fur baby SOON!

Thank you for your continued support.

Warm Woofs,

Samantha Hammond