You've heard of a house going to the dogs, but this one was bought<i> for</i> the dogs. Betty and Chip Cormier quit their corporate jobs and bought this rural CV property in 1998 so they could open a doggy day care. By closely modeling its program after human day care, they've taken the concept to a whole new level. "Kampers" at Kamp K9 have their own cubbies for their belongings; the Cormiers lead them in supervised play sessions and games; nap time is followed by cookies; the dogs even do arts and crafts projects to take home to Mom & Dad (think paw painting!) A daily report card for each Kamper documents the day's activities, who played with whom, and who got time-outs. The fenced play area with climbing structures, wading pools and toys can handle 20 dogs at a time, but 15 is more typical. A thorough three-stage intake evaluation minimizes problems and ensures that all creatures great and small have a good time.