We like that we can watch our little girl when she's playing. During the week is when she gets out more then the weekends. Sometimes we have trouble with the cameras.
Plus, we feel that she safe and taken care of.
It’s nothing you did or didn’t do. Lucy picked up some fleas while there and had a bad reaction and ended up at the vet. I use Advantix (sp?) on her but the vet said fleas can still hop on her and bite her (then they die). There’s really nothing you or I could have done any different. She must be more susceptible to them maybe?
It seems the shampoo used to wash the dogs has changed. My dog used to smell fantastic and his white fur was super clean. The last time I had him bathed he appeared clean but smelled like a wet dog and the white fur was just...clean?
I love the fact that there are cameras where I can see my pup play. I love the attention they are all given. I also appreciate the fact that all dogs must go through an interview process, it really gives me peace of mind.
You know my dogs well enough to recognize any issue of concern. You are kind and loving to them . I have peace of mind when I leave them that should anything happen you will notify me . It is a pleasure to leave my “boys” at camp for extended periods of time as well as just for day care😊
Web cams showed rooms with concrete floors, and one bridge. Seems boring. I have not experienced a tour of facilities, however.
On Titus's application, I mentioned he is reluctant to eat and provided instructions on how to coax him to eat the food I brought, but the worker did not seem to be aware of the advice, so he didn't get fed.
Otherwise, my dogs seemed content spending all day at Bow Wow for the first time. Appreciated the interview certificates.