I absolutely love being able to keep an eye on my dogs via the Camper Cams. I love the fact that Camp Bow Wow is a franchise and when one is full, I've been able to send my dog to another location. Prices are great, the staff is wonderful, and I always get a prompt response to my requests for reservations!
I love the friendly staff, I LOVE that I can watch her on the cameras. And I love the photo of them on their paperwork to keep things organized. A favorite thing of mine was when she was boarded for about a week last year and I got a cute email checking in. It feels very personalized and I know I can rest easy with my pet in your hands.
The way you allow dogs to be dogs. The three play areas for bigger dogs so they are not crowded in one area and then a separate play area for smaller dogs. When boarding dogs, they can play during the day. The whole camp theme. Spa day. The fun things you do for the dogs during holidays i.e. valentine's Day, Halloween, Easter, etc. your programs for foster dogs and your home buddies. And the woof cams.
My dog can mix and socialize with the other clients. She needs it. She gets snippy, but that's how she is and doesn't hurt anyone. The employees try to remember her experience generally, which I give credit for, since she is pretty a loof with other dogs.
I think Camp Bowwow is a great place to send my dog Gabe there for two days.
Thank you. I'm happy that Amanda picks him up in the morning and Brenda brings him home.
God bless both of you. Sister [FIRST NAME REMOVED]
When we picked up our dogs, they came back with more food than they should have with no explanation as to why. It'd be nice if the staff gave a bit of a report at pickup. There are always different people at the desk , which can make things seem impersonal.
The staff is really friendly and accommodating. Everyone seems like a dog lover and I appreciate that they tell me about Stryder's day. It makes me feel like he's paid attention to and not just another dog.
The only real concern I had was when my friend, who I included as someone authorized to pick-up my dog, later told me no one asked for his name or identification when he went to pick-up my dog on a Sunday afternoon. While it's unlikely someone that knows my dog's name would randomly walk into Camp Bow Wow asking for her, it's still a possibility and troublesome she could be easily given to someone else. Otherwise, I'm pleased with the services offered and will most likely return with the caveat the next time myself or an authorized friend picks her up, we're asked for identification.