Tucson area doggy day care – suggestions?


  • Hi! I am looking for day care in the Tucson area for my 7-year-old male Basenji. Any suggestions? Thank you.


  • Sit Stay Play. I know Barkin Garvins also does doggie day care.


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  • Sinbaje:

    Drew: DCh,CDX,SC,FCh,RE,OA,OAJ,MXP,MJP2,NCC,OAC
    Feigh: UCI-BaCH,MBIF-FC,CD,RE,SC,GRC,FCh,AX,AXJ
    Clay: CD,RA,JC,OA,OAJ,OAP,OJP,NAC
    V: UKC CH,SC,RA,OA,NAJ,NAP,NJP,NCC,NAC

    Waiting for me at the Rainbow Bridge:
    Tre: U-CD, MBIF-DCh,CDX,SC,LCM,OA,OAJ,OAP,AJP
    Sage: U-CD,UCI-CH,UD,AX,OAJ,OAC,NJC

    Forgive my ignorance, but could you tell me what the abbreviations mean? For those of you wondering what the abbreviations are after my name… well.... 🙂 it simply means Basenjis Are Best. I use the term Basenjis are Best on some business cards I made to give to breeders when I meet them so that once I am ready to look into getting a basenji, the breeder might remember me.


  • AKC:*
    DCh=Dual Champion (breed and field)
    CD, CDX or UD = (Companion Dog (novice level), Companion Dog Excellent (open level) or Utility Dog (most advanced level) (obedience)
    FC, SC or JC = Field Champion, Senior or Junior Courser (field)*
    RA or RE= Rally Advanced or Excellent (Rally obed)
    NA/NAJ=regular Novice Agility*
    OA/OAJ= regular Open Agility
    AX/AXJ= regular Excellent Agility
    MXP/MJP2= preferred Master Agility (this is a cumulative title so the 2 means he has earned enough legs twice)**
    *
    ASFA (coursing):
    FCh = Field Champion
    LCM = Lure Courser of Merit

    NADAC:*
    NCC,OAC = Novice or Open agility - *

    International:
    UCI-BaCH = International All Breed Canine Association Baby Champion

    UCI-Ch =*International All Breed Canine Association Champion

    Misc:
    MBIF= Multiple Best in Field (coursing)
    **** = Specialty High In Trial (obed)
    mHIT = Multiple High in Trial (obed)

    LGRA:
    GRC= Gazehound Racing Champion (straightline racing)

    UKC:*
    CH = UKC champion (breed)
    U-CD = UKC Companion dog (obedience)

    Myself:
    CVT = Certified Veterinary Technician
    VDT = Veterinary Dental*Technician


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  • Thanks Sinbaje. That's an impressive group of dogs you have.

    I'll keep your message for further reference. In researching basenjis, I come across a number of abbreviations. I'm the curious type and I just like knowing. 🙂

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