25039 Hufsmith Cemetery Road,
Tomball, Texas 77375
Call us: 281-255-3131
Welcome to Miss Daisy’s Dog Camp Unique boarding, daycare and training facility
Miss Daisy's Dog Camp is a unique boarding, daycare and training facility located almost midway between Tomball and The Woodlands, just north of Houston. After caring for people's pets since 1987, the owner, Debbie Oliver, CPDT-KA, felt there was a real need for an alternative to kennels.
Miss Daisy's is the result of planning "the perfect dog camp" for small and medium size dogs and became a reality in 1995. The benefits of dog day care are many. Dogs brought consistently to Miss Daisy’s are often less fearful of riding in a car. Camp gives them an opportunity to socialize with other dogs and people. Structured play time exercise gives them an outlet for their energy.
Miss Daisy's owner Debbie Oliver is a professional dog trainer. Miss Daisy’s caters to many of your dog’s needs. We work with puppies and adult dogs on things such as potty training, obedience, basic manners, problem solving and even agility. We love working with shy dogs. Those that were afraid to walk in the door, are now running in to spend a fun day with friends. Training can take place in a group in our lighted play yard, your home, at camp or during an extended boarding stay. Each training program is custom-designed to meet YOUR needs, because what works for one family or dog doesn’t always work for another.
Perhaps your dog is already an angel. Wouldn’t you like to show them how much you love them by throwing them a doggy birthday party? Over the last several years, Miss Daisy’s has gained a level of notoriety for the themed birthday parties we throw for our campers. You’ll want to check out our photo gallery section to see pictures of all the fun to be had!
What? You don’t have a dog? Miss Daisy’s can even help you find the perfect dog through a shelter or a responsible breeder and teach you how to bring a dog into your home the right way. That way, you and your new pooch get off on the right foot the first time. You’ll have fewer behavior problems to correct down the road, and your dog’s life-long relationship with you will be one you’ll both treasure.