I believe my dog loves spending time at Camp Bow Wow. The staff are very friendly. Maxx's most recent visit was the first time I asked for them to give him a bath before I pick him up. When I arrived at 4PM he was wet and smelly an really dirty in his face. I had to give him a bath as soon as we got home.
I think that one of the staff should have called me to confirm the time that I would pick him up and have him clean and dry by the time I got there. Other than that he enjoyed his visit and I will definitely recommend cam bow wow and bring my dog back again.
You guys are awesome! You know our dogs' names and greet us (and them) when we come in. Our doggies are always excited to "go bye bye" because they know that means they get to go to CBW. Thanks for all that you do -- we appreciate you!
I was in town for a few nights on a trip from Maryland to California with my dogs. Having used Camp Bow Wow in NOLA they were my first choice. My one dog just had surgery and they took fantastic care of his issues and were great to both of my "kids". Thanks so very much and recommend highly!
My dog [LAST NAME REMOVED] has been to Camp Bow Wow many times in Bentonville Arkansas, and a few times in Tulsa.
During his visit last weekend in Tulsa, I would have liked a little more communication from the staff when I picked [LAST NAME REMOVED] up. As I waited for him to be retrieved from the play area, I noticed he was the only dog in one yard while there were many dogs in another area. I assumed he must have been annoying a dog or something (he LOVES to play and seems to never tire). I asked the lady when she returned, and she said she didn't know why he was separated from the other dogs.
When I got home with him, he used the restroom and his stool was not normal... he seemed sick. Throughout the night that evening he woke me up almost every two hours, sick and needing to either throw up or use the restroom urgently.
I wondered if he had been ill during his stay due to nerves or some other reason? Was that why he was separated from the other dogs? If he had been sick throughout his stay that would have been very helpful to know as well.
Again, he normally seems to have a great time but a little more communication this time would have made it a better experience for me. If he was causing problems or sick, I really would have appreciated a phone call or conversation when checking out so that I could learn and work with my vet for the future if needed.
Friendlier staff (in terms of be friendlier and more gentle to the dogs) they seem kind of rough with the dogs sometimes...otherwise very kind and nice place- I would also like to see camera views of the entire facility so i can see my dog at all times....
I'm not sure what exactly happened but she my dog came home she had aggressive diarrhea for 3 days. I meant to call to let you know, since I figured if she had it other dogs probably did too. My dog stayed on Wednesday 9/14.
As I arrived I told them that my dog wasn't good around big dogs and I was advised that she would be put in the small dog room but after watching the live feed all day she was in there with huge dogs and crouched in the corner all day.
The dogs get to roam instead of being stuck in a kennel all day and night. They have the joy of playing with people & other dogs. Also, we love getting to watch her on the camera when we can't be with her.
The staff is extremely friendly and seems to care but for my dogs extended stay, I did not see him on the webcams once. When I asked about this, I was told that he was playing too rough and the other dogs would fight. This had my dog in the kennel for a majority of his stay (information I had to pry out of the employee). I'm not saying what they did was wrong to separate them but having him in a kennel all that time didn't seem to help the situation. At least have the decency to tell me these things so I can work with him on it. Don't just let it slide so it appears he did well and there's no cause for concern. If he's a problem dog let me know and I'll be more than happy to see if another doggie daycare would suite his needs better. Thank you. [NAME REMOVED]