Dog Park vs. Dog Daycare?

Want to know people’s thoughts on this? I have seen many posts/videos/etc. talking about why going to the dog park is not a good way to socialize your dog. I understand that and we no longer go to the dog park since I found out about the risks. But what about dog daycare? Not for socialization purposes, but for example I need to start boarding my dog ​​during the day my office starts coming back to the office. It really is my only good option. I can’t just leave my dog ​​at home and have a walker come over, as she’s incredibly anxious about his account and will *tear* things up. She is crate trained, but leaving her in a crate for 8 hours is also not a viable option. And I don’t have anyone in my circle that it’s reasonable to ask to watch her during the day. So daycare is really my only option, but I wonder if people think about any difference between the park and daycare and if the same risks really apply in terms of overstimulation etc.

Want to know people’s thoughts on this? I have seen many posts/videos/etc. talking about why going to the dog park is not a good way to socialize your dog. I understand that and we no longer go to the dog park since I found out about the risks. But what about dog daycare? Not for socialization purposes, but for example I need to start boarding my dog ​​during the day my office starts coming back to the office. It really is my only good option. I can’t just leave my dog ​​at home and have a walker come over, as she’s incredibly anxious about his account and will *tear* things up. She is crate trained, but leaving her in a crate for 8 hours is also not a viable option. And I don’t have anyone in my circle that it’s reasonable to ask to watch her during the day. So daycare is really my only option, but I wonder if people think about any difference between the park and daycare and if the same risks really apply in terms of overstimulation etc.

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