Tobias has only had one play day with you, but in my observations of him on the TV in the lobby he seemed happy and engaged with the other dogs, and comfortable in their presence.
When we got home, it was apparent he had had a busy time and expended lots of energy, which is great because in August I have to go back to teaching at PPCC so I want a place I can periodically bring him to maintain socialization with other dogs and staff. That will provide a nice change in routine as when he is home, although he has access to the secure backyard or can be inside, he's still alone for many hours.
Your facility areas appear clean and well maintained.
The staff seems attentive and caring. Our dog is really the one who likes it. She gets excited when she knows she is going to camp bow wow. With the other kennels in town you would think she was getting sent to torture chamber. We would literally have to coax her out of the car. Thank you Camp Bow Wow for making this part of dog ownership so much less stressful...for our dog and for us!!!
My Fur-Baby Lives playing with all of her friends and being in an active environment. The people that work there are loving toward all the dogs and play with them, as well. There aren’t many that I trust with my Baby but I am totally comfortable sending her to Camp Bow Wow!