Sometimes a classic game of fetch just can't be beat. At most daycare centers, the staff will divide up the dogs into groups based on size, so no dogs get run over or harmed. Then they proceed to throw a variety of toys like tennis balls, rope toys, and squeak toys out to get the dogs to bring them back.
People always seem to forget that dogs love naps too. It's not just cats! Dogs will burn a lot of energy running around, playing, going for walks, exploring or even swimming, so nap time is welcome. Most daycare centers offer an hour and a half of designated nap time, and it's during this time that the dogs can all just unwind and sleep. This also gives the daycare center staff a moment to grab some lunch and pinpoint which of the dogs requires some extra training or attention.