The biggest thing is that my pups seem to be well cared for. I am aware that changes in behavior can be expected if your pet is not treated well or if they experience drastic changes in their lives and we have not had any problems in that area. I also appreciate that although I have had several walkers care for my dogs, I have not had to worry about things missing from my home. My primary walker is Kristen and she has been fabulous, you know when you meet her that she really loves your pet and will take great care of them. I also appreciate the ease of scheduling or cancelling appointments if I need to.
Loved Camp Bow Wow!!! Dropped my 4 mo. old pup there for the first time the other day and when I picked him up he was SO tired (which was amazing). I was able to watch him on the live web cams all day if I wanted. And its clear they cared for the dogs. I have already purchased a package for the future !
Camp Bow WOW is an amazing place. Miles has gone for six years. He had surgery last year which has limited his visits but they remembered him and welcomed him back like he hadn’t been gone. Miles loves to go and the staff have always been so welcoming!
My dog is always so happy when she arrives and leaves. I don't feel pressured to bring her in so many times and I don't feel scolded if I forgot to update her shots. I feel like its a second home for my 4 legged child!
Everything, Wyatt loves going there and playing with his friend. Every time I mention going he's a happy boy. The friendly staff, and the convenience of your location is super. I have had his nails clipped and overnight services for him and my other dogs.
Everyone is friendly and amazing and seems to care about the dogs. My dogs have not been involved in any incidents here, and I can't say the same for other Camp Bow Wow locations. They always seem happy and exhausted upon leaving and that's the best part. I also appreciate that Camp Bow Wow's live stream camera feed is clear enough to see -- again, I can't say the same for other facilities.
My dog just started and seemed scared for most of her first day. Her tail was down all day, she wasnt playing (when she is usually a very social dog) and when she was picked up she did not even greet us and pulled us to the car. The next morning, we asked her to be put in the small dog room because she is only 28 lbs and were told that she was too big. Again all day she looked terrified on the camera footage. When time comes to pick her up, the camp counselor stated it was weird that her leash was in the large dog room and not the small dog room, which she then told us that the small room cut off was less than 35 lbs, not 25lb. I was very very disappointed. For 2 days she was scared and upset. She whines before she comes in and pulls away from the door now. She is still going to camp and we are hoping she sees that being in the small dog room there is nothing to be upset about. But I am mad that #1 I was not listened to and #2 that the counselors not only got the weight cut off, but didnt see her cues that she was upset for that day and a half. I really want this to work out for her so she is not at home by herself all day, but I was very upset by the start of her time at camp.
We are very happy with Kristen who takes care of our cats when we're away. It's so nice to know we don't have to worry about them when we're away. We've used your service three times so far. We have another trip planned at the end of February which I will be setting up soon.