5310 East Pacific Place
DENVER, CO 80222

303.757.7905

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Doggy Daycare at a Convenient Location!

The Big Backyard Doggy Daycare has been at its present location since opening in 1999. We are easy to find and well-located just off the I-25 corridor, making us convenient from several of the Denver-Metro areas…  

Daycare Hours –

The Big Backyard is open during the following hours:

Monday – Friday: 7am-6:30pm
Closed during naptime: 11am-1pm
(There is NO Pick up or Drop off during naptime)

Saturday: 8am-6pm.
Closed for naptime: 11am-2pm
(There is NO Pick up or Drop off during naptime)

Daycare is closed on Sunday

Sunday Overnight Care Drop-off:

8am-10am and 4pm-6pm.
Closed for naptime: 11am-2pm

*There will be absolutely NO pick up and drop off during our naptime.

Directions – From I-25: exit Evans Ave. and head east approximately one half mile. Turn left onto Hudson St (just after Evans East Animal Hospital) and follow one block to the end. Turn left onto Pacific Place. The Big Backyard is 100 yards down on the left.

From Holly Street: Pacific Place is one block north of the intersection of Evans Ave. and Holly St. on the west side of Holly St., across from the Post Office. A Tae Kwan Do studio and Rupp’s Drum shop are on the corners. Follow Pacific Place approximately 1/4 mile and The Big Backyard is on the left.

Near I-25 & Evans

Some of our doggy services

Doggy Daycare

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Doggy Daycare at The Big Backyard provides a fun, interactive day for your dog!

At The Big Backyard, dogs get to be dogs and are free to romp with friends in our large indoor/outdoor play areas.

 

Overnight Dog Care

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With comfort, you can now travel more or have a long weekend from home and know that your dog is in great hands, with our Overnight Care.

The Big Backyard’s overnight care is specifically designed for and can be exclusively utilized by our doggie daycare clients.

Our "Rufference" & "Bark-A-Monials"

Tail Wagin' Reviews

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Marty
(Shih Tzu)

“Marty here. I’m just about 10 years old now which makes me about the same age as my Mom in little-dog years. I used to miss Mom a lot when she’d go to work, and I’d spend the day on my home destruction projects to take my mind off of being alone.

She now takes me to the Big Backyard where they are fluent in dog! Everyone knows my name when they greet me in the morning, but even more important – they’ve taken the time to get to know me. They get that sometimes I want to hang out with the little dogs, sometimes the big dogs suit my mood better, and sometimes I just want to nap in the sun. They notice when a little bump is new or different and make sure to ask my Mom if she’s noticed it when she picks me up. They know that when the thunderstorms start rolling in, they need to get me suited up in my Thundershirt before I start to tremble (ok, panic). And if I’m still a little scared, there’s always someone there to pick me up and remind me of how brave I can be.

To sum it up, The Big Backyard is the family we’ve chosen – and they embrace both of us every day I spend with them.”