Welcome to U Lucky Dog Daycare!

U Lucky Dog (now Club ULD) started in 2010 in central Denver and has grown to an award-winning, 25,000-square foot indoor/outdoor facility for doggy daycare and overnight boarding.


At Club ULD we focus on a safe and fun environment for dogs and a level of customer service for pup parents that is unmatched in the metro area.


Over the years Club ULD has received numerous recognitions and awards including 2020 A-List winner for Best Doggie Daycare.

The Club U Lucky Dog Team

Angelique Salazar, Owner

All her life Angelique has loved and owned pups. Taking into consideration everything she wanted for her own dogs, she made the move and opened ULD in 2010. Angelique and her staff want what is best for all dogs, and their owners. Their goal is to make each and every one of their clients feel like they are a part of their family.

Although you might not see Angelique at the daycare often, she is constantly working on the business as her number one goal is to maintain ULD’s excellent quality of service no matter how many dogs pass through our door.

If at anytime you have questions, concerns or just want to say hi, feel free to email Angelique, directly at angelique@ulddenver.com.


Brooke Bittinger, Front Manager

Brooke has been working at U Lucky Dog since July 2012. She started as a daycare attendant and quickly showed demonstrated her aptitude for dog care. She had been assistant general manager for the past few years, and now she manages the front desk with professional skill — checking dogs in/out, answering the phone, conducting tours, helping other employees maximize their own contributions; and so much more.

Brooke Bittinger

Leonard Mondragon, Maintenance Supervisor

Leonard, often referred to as Nino, has been working at U Lucky Dog since December of 2011. He is Angelique’s Godfather which translates to Nino in Spanish. He is in essence everyone’s Nino at U Lucky Dog. He is the man who keeps ULD looking and smelling the way it does! He is in charge of all maintenance including general repairs but also major renovations. He helped transform the Littles Doghouse into what it is today.

Leonard Mondragon