Hello. When arriving to pick up our dog, he had an extreme limp and could barely walk on his back paw. He had a big hot spot that no one had contacted to inform us about. The next day we took him to vet where he needed to be placed on antibiotics due to it being infected. 2 days after being home he began to cough and having green mucus from his nose. We took him to the vet again and he was diagnosed with kennel cough and placed on an additional antibiotic and cough medicine. We won’t be using Camp Bow Wow in the future and will be boarding our dog elsewhere.
The workers, for the most part, are incredibly nice and get to know you and your pup on a personal level. I trust them watching my pup and they are very transparent with you about how your pup is doing at camp.