Wags cannot handle my dog...? or do they really mean specific breeds?! I would argue that they minimize attendance if not exclude breeds that require intense activity, human interaction and/or a watchful eye. This would include Rottweilers, Dobermans, Boxers, etc. I question their employee's training and competence for handling all breeds. Their overcrowded rooms are not conducive to highly active dogs. The staff-to-dog ratio is also questionable. According to their website the last inspection of their facility was conducted by the Connecticut Department of Agriculture in January, 2008... over 5 1/2 years ago!! It seems they're overdue. Bottom line is call them and see if they have very active breeds, be specific if you want and see what they say. Good luck. I hope WAGS has the confidence to be truthful and publicly state or post on their website that they can't handle certain breeds and/or prefer certain breeds.