Both my dog and I love Camp Bow Wow! Whitman is always ecstatic once we pull into the parking lot and he realizes where he is and that he's in for a day of fun with some awesome people and dogs too! The staff at Camp are friendly and obviously love not just my pet, but everyone's. Can't recommend this place enough!
Our dogs, Bailey and Pippy had an amazing time at Camp Bow Wow in Portland. They had Cuddle Time and looked so happy in the photos sent to us. There's always a staff member in the play area giving attention to each dog which is great since our dogs are very people oriented. We bring them there every time we visit the Portland area.
The staff is so welcoming and truly loves our dog, we feel so confident in dropping our dog off every time. Our dog loves the staff and other campers as well and we appreciate that they do fun little photo shoots for holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Halloween.
My dog is made to feel at home at the Camp - the staff interact with "campers" a large part of the day, when they're allowed to socialize, and I can keep in touch remotely through the "Camper Cams". They even made a photo birthday card for Sway! Wonderful staff, friendly environment - I'm always confident he's getting the best of care.
I don’t know what happens behind the scenes. All I know is that my sweet dog lunges toward the door, can’t wait to get in there. That’s proof enough for me that Camp Bow Wow has created a happy, loving environment for our fur babes. Also, the staff is always welcoming and appear to be very happy people.
The staff @ Camp Bow Wow are very accommodating and caring and their love for your doggie do shows through and through. My fur baby can't wait to get there in the morning! Thank you again Camp Bow Wow for everything you do for my lil' man!
I wish there was more interaction between the dogs and attendants. There doesn't seem to be much going and very little enrichment . Seems the attendants are just there to control any bad behavior and the dogs seem to just hang out and wander around. I think the ratio of dogs: attendant is too high. Just my thoughts! Thank you