With a highly trained staff of skilled professionals, Frolic is a place unlike any other where children can learn dog training techniques that translate into everyday behavior such as good manners. When you bring your child to Frolic, you’re not only getting a fun time for the kids, you’re also getting a well rounded educational experience.
Frolic believes in the importance of exposing children to new things while they’re still young. Our friendly dogs are the centerpiece for education and learning with all the fun you and your child can expect from a furry companion. We are dedicated to this work because we believe in the humane treatment of animals and want to promote this message to a greater audience through the care and training of our dogs.
FROLIC - Unleash Your Inner Dog
Educational Programs with Extra Bark
Frolic takes an exciting twist on children’s birthday parties by involving our dogs in on all the fun. Children will learn basic dog care and handling techniques all while enjoying food and cake. Our team is trained in the needs of your child and keeping them calm and safe while they enjoy.
Classes & Events
At our classes & events, children and adults learn behavioral skills that they can take home by teaching them the difference between a trained dog and an untrained dog, all within the watch of a skilled professional. They will learn better manners while reveling in the fun that comes along with a furry companion.
Children get the chance to experience the dogs from a new perspective at our summer camps. We take the the opportunity to teach the kids about animal welfare challenges in America and how they can do their part in becoming a part of the solution.
Meet Our Furry Companions
A Spotlight on our Frolic Dogs
The dogs are our stars here at Frolic, so we’d like for you to get to know them before your first visit. Frolic dogs are career change dogs that were adopted from the Guide Dog Foundation. To learn more about the Guide Dog Foundation visit GuideDog.org.
Chichy is quite affectionate and loves being scratched under her chin and will never say “no” to a belly rub.