All three are great for enjoying our dog gym in an unstructured fashion. But there are key differences:
Meet-Ups. If you belong to a meet-up group, company, civic organization, etc., the Zoom Room offers an ideal spot for your group to get together and socialize indoors, in the company of your members. Learn more about Meet-Up Socials.
Playgroups. If your dog is suitably social, Playgroups are the perfect option for you to enjoy the Zoom Room like an indoor dog park. You can use the agility course or the community chest of toys. Playgroups are divided by size with separate groups for Small, Medium, and Large breed dogs and another just for puppies. A trainer is present at all times. Roughly 15 dogs are permitted per group for smaller breeds and puppies, and closer to eight for large breeds. Learn more about Playgroups.
Private Gym. Private Gym is best for dogs who are unable to participate in Playgroups. Only you and your dog or dogs are present, and there is no trainer. You can bring up to two dogs, or three if you have a second human handler. Learn more about Private Gym.