Danbury’s Premier Doggie Daycamp
& Boarding!

47 Miry Brook Road, Danbury, CT 06810

Cage Free Boarding


We know your dog misses you while you are away, so we have made our facility as close to home as possible. Unlike a traditional kennel, boarding dogs at Wags participate in daycamp all day long (with naps during the day). Boarding dogs then spend the night cage-free on comfortable beds and blankets with their doggie friends and our caring staff. Our staff sleeps in the same room as your dog – slumber-party style! Our facility is staffed 24 hours a day/ 365 days a year.

All dogs are fed individually and we will gladly administer oral and topical medication prescribed by your veterinarian.

Please visit our "Register" page or contact us at 203-744-9247 for more information and to get started.

NOTE FROM WAGS AS OF JULY 8, 2021: Thank you for your interest in overnight boarding at Wags! While we wish we could meet you and your pup today, we are currently booked up for starting new clients.

In the fall of 2021, we will be available to resume evaluations. If you fill out our waitlist form you will receive 50% off your evaluation visit. As soon as we have availability for new clients we will be contacting the waitlist to set up evaluations.

We are so sorry to turn away new friends and are very sorry for the inconvenience.  Please click here to join the waitlist.


  • $54 per night plus tax (includes daycamp - a $36 value)
  • On day of departure, pick up by 11am for no extra charge, otherwise a daycamp charge will apply
  • $5 surcharge will be added for "Peak Nights" (holiday weeks, Friday and Saturday nights during July and August, etc.)  Please request our pricing sheet for a complete list of applicable dates.
  • 25% discount for the second dog from the same household
  • 15% discount on stays over 14 consecutive days.

Dogs must first be comfortable in daycamp at Wags before their first overnight stay. A minimum of two daycamp visits (one half day and one full day) are required prior to first cage-free overnight stay. A small percentage of dogs might not be ready for cage free overnights after two visits and will need more daycamp visits before participating in that program.


Here is a quick video taken on a cage-free overnight: