Capitol Canine Club allows dogs to play cage-free with other dogs while also practicing some basic training and manners. The dogs are walked outside before and after play times, and are given a nap period mid-day. Staff members of Capitol Canine Club have been thoroughly trained and evaluated by C&C PALS president Carole Peeler, CPDT, CDBC, CNWI, who has more than eighteen years of experience in dog training and canine behavior consultation. Our evaluation consists of determining the comfort of the dog with staff, being handled, being kenneled, and interactions with other dogs. Dogs exhibiting aggression toward people or dogs, showing signs of guarding resources, or high levels of anxiety are not appropriate candidates for day care.