About Rock Star Treatment
Rescue your dog from boredom with our year-round fundraising event, Rock Star Treatment Dog Daycare and Training!
Rock Star Treatment Dog Daycare and Training is a service of Motley Zoo designed to help our local community and adopted pets. This service is open to the public- to help socialize your pup, give it the exercise it needs and to work with our talented trainers. Proceeds from our dog daycare and training services help to fund our rescue efforts at Motley Zoo.
We will not only be serving our rescues with expanded opportunities, but we will now be able to serve our adopters and the public as well with continued training. This new service based concept will not only allow us to continue to help serve pets and people better, but will also help us bring in much needed revenue so our rescue program can expand and advance. Rather than hosting a black tie event or other such “big” annual thing, we decided that everyday can be a fundraiser for Motley Zoo - and serve the dual purpose of added socialization, training, and fun!
Stay out of the rain – Rock Star Treatment is an all indoor daycare facility, conveniently located in downtown Redmond.
Our rockin' staff will keep your pets safe and entertained with supervised playtime.
Plenty of fun for dogs of all sizes, ages and energy levels with multiple rooms to fit your pets’ personality.
Lots of toys and fresh water to keep your little rock stars going strong.
Private and comfortable accommodations for rest periods.
Work with a variety of experienced trainers and find the perfect style for your family.
For advanced booking, fill out our online application.
In addition, if you have more than 2 dogs for Rock Star Treatment please fill out this additional addendum.
If you’re interested in volunteering at our facility please fill out our volunteer online application.
Above: Rudy,one of our beloved Rock Star Treatment clients, is seen chillin' out during his day at doggie daycare!
Right: Melvin is seen photobombing Scooter during an afternoon
playtime session in the Little Dogs' Room.