I absolutely LOVE camp bow wow. I take my 80 pound yellow lab, Jackson, to camp any time I go out of town or if I think he needs to get some energy out! He always comes home happy and tired-which helps me get things done too! I get to see what he's up to on the web-cams and I always get a report card when I pick him up...I know he wishes he could go to camp every day!
Posted: 1/05/2011 • Link to this review
My Boxer loves Camp Bow Wow! He goes twice a week and in the morning before he goes he gets beyond excited! It makes me feel good that he is so excited to go. The ongoing socialization is great. He is tired when he gets home and usually all day the next. My other dog is not as high energy but he loves relaxing in the sun and getting love from the camp counselors. Love the staff, they are very nice and friendly. I have recommended them to many people and always tell them about my very excited dog! Also love the webcam so I can check in on both of my dogs!
Posted: 11/29/2010 • Link to this review
Camp Bow Wow is a life-saver for those of us with large dogs that need lots and lots of exercise! You can take your dog in before work, they run and play with other dogs ALL DAY and come home absolutely pooped! It's well-supervised and a great way to socialize your dog- the staff interviews all dogs to make sure your dog's playmates are not too aggressive or unsuitable for social interaction, up-to-date on vaccinations and will play well with all other pups. It's relatively reasonable at approx. $26/day - which, considering the pay-off, is well worth the cash. It's a special treat for our dog to go to camp, but there are campers that are there every day! We've boarded with CBW before which was fantastic - days of playtime results in days of downtime!! It is challenging to get in same-day, understandably they are swamped first thing in the morning so calling them before 8am doesn't usually result in a day at camp. I love the web cam features they have available - they have cameras in each play area so you can watch your pup play all day long on their website (terribly distracting if you have a boring job!) Overall I give Camp Bow Wow two thumbs up!
Posted: 11/04/2010 • Link to this review
Our family loves camp! It has been a lifesaver for us to get our dog exercise and socialization while we are at work. I watch Camper Cam a lot and always find staff supervising the animals. We have never had a problem and our dog loves to go. We have utilized the boarding service and have found it to be super as well. The staff is professional and completely devoted to dogs. They even offer tips for behavior at home. I wouldn't hesitate to send my dogs there.
Posted: 9/30/2009 • Last edited: 2/04/2010 • Link to this review
I took my dog to Camp Bow Wow a total of three times, and firmly believe it was three times too many! When I picked her up from her final visit, her ear had been bitten and she was covered in blood (she is WHITE). NO ONE WORKING THERE NOTICED. I was told on several occasions that there is always someone supervising and playing with the dogs and they are never left unattended. I never ONCE saw my dog on the camper cameras and if they are being supervised, how come NO ONE noticed her getting bitten? How come, at the very least, no one noticed she was covered in blood? I also understood that each dog is screened beforehand, so how did a violent dog get allowed in, especially UNSUPERVISED? I was extremely unsatisfied with how my concerns were handled after the incident as well. I will never board any dog I own here, and I'm sure to tell everyone I see who owns a dog about my unfortunate experience at Camp Bow Wow.
Posted: 2/16/2009 • Last edited: 2/04/2010 • Link to this review