I had high hopes for Camp Bow Wow, but after I saw two coworkers bickering and overheard another worker yelling at a dog I was a little nervous. I still decided to give it a chance. However, when saw another worker on the webcam grab a dog by his collar that was enough for me to leave work immediately and go pick up my precious pup and cancel all my reservations for daycare. I also feel there could be more interaction (appropriate and kind) between staff and the pups and there could be more to stimulate the pups instead of just a single ramp.
I’ve asked two front desk people, on two separate occasions, for the picture of Ellie that was on on her first day report. I know they’re very busy and I’m not surprised that they haven’t had the chance to do it yet but they both said they would and I don’t have it yet. They said they’d post it on Facebook and it’s not there, not so that I can find it anyway, so I asked that it be emailed or texted to me and I still don’t have it.
Don’t get me wrong, I think you guys are great and I’ve already recommended you to several people…in Salt Lake City and outside Utah. I just think that if you say you’re going to do something…like get me a picture…you should follow up and get that done.
Thanks…love you guys,
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I like how easy it is to be able to drop and pick your dog up. And I love that they have someone keeping an eye on the dogs at all times. It was my dogs first time and I don't think she was impressed. But hopefully she warms up to it
I don't bring my dog often, because the last two times I've brought my dog here, he gets sick. I dropped him off for one full day of daycare due to an overly hectic schedule. Throughout the day, I was not able to see him on camera in any of the play yards. I called and left a VM asking if everything was alright, and why I couldn't see my dog on any camera and asked them to please call me back. No one did. When I asked about it at pick-up, they said that there were a few blind spots and for some reason, dogs like to hang out in those areas. That night my dog started with the reverse sneezing and it continued to worsen over the next few days, to where it was nonstop and he was struggling to breathe. He had a lot of nasal discharge and green goopy eyes. I took him to the vet and they said he had a respiratory infection and prescribed antibiotics. It has been really frustrating to me, that I take him somewhere to be cared for and have good interaction time with people and dogs, but he ends up being worse off than had I just left him home alone.
CBW SSL takes wonderful care of my personal and adoptive dogs. It's a great service to the community and helps my rescue dogs with both socialization and training so they're somewhat civilized before going into a new home.