First, the staff are always happy to see us and our camper. We love that it is an all inclusive camp. So many other ones charge extra to feed your own food, administer medication, and to have your camper play in daycare. I find all of that annoying. I mean your camper is already there, if they get along with others, let them play. The facility we go to always seems clean and organized.
There location is also close to our home, so very convenient for us. The cameras are a bonus. It is always fun to see your camper having a good time. The pricing seems reasonable for the services you get. You could pay less, but you will get less. Having moved as much as we have, we have experienced several camps. This one is as close as the one we loved in Iowa as we have found. We will be bringing our camper back in the future.
Now, if you only had a Camp Meow Meow. ;-)
I love Camp Bow Wow and so does my dog, Sophia. The staff is very professional friendly and Sophia is always happy to go there and visit and spend the day. I board her at Camp Bow Wow as well. She is always very well cared for and loved and remembered every time she goes in the staff welcome to and pets her and greets her as well as me.
Associates at Camp Bow Wow are kind and professional. Many of them know Max and greet him warmly when we walk through the door. We also like the web cams which allow us to check in on Max when he is at camp.
Staff seem happy, yet focused on good care. I appreciate hearing stories about how he's doing with the other dogs, especially after we took training with Sarah.
Dog doesn't hold my leg when I drop him off like he has at other places. I can check in on him on the cameras online. He comes home smelling like he did when I dropped him off. After one place we tried, he came home smelling terrible. It had finally rained and apparently he decided to play in the puddles of rehydrated dog urine.
The only draw back I've noticed at Camp Bow Wow so far is that they forgot to give me his medicine when I picked him up yesterday. That's an honest mistake, though.