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We can't say enough nice things about Camp Bow Wow Duluth. The facility is clean and the staff is very friendly and caring. Camp Bow Wow's owner has provided a fantastic opportunity for the Atlanta Weimaraner Club Rescue to bring some of their foster dogs there while they are waiting for their forever home. We couldn't be more grateful to have such an amazing place where we know our Weims will be well cared for and loved. The lodges are huge and covered, which is a great safety precaution for our active, high energy dogs. Don't miss the opportunity to go to Camp Bow Wow for an evaluation and a fun day of play, and don't hesitate to board your dogs there because they are wonderful.
Area Duluth, GA
Date October 2016
Posted: 10/18/2016 • Link to this review
Staff is friendly and very knowledgeable, not only make our dog feel as easy, but us as well.Love the cameras.We use them for all of our boarding needs for our puppy.Many neighbors and friends use them as well.
Posted: 2/09/2014 • Link to this review
This by far the best facility I've seen. I love that everything is included in one price and that my dog gets to play (fully supervised) ALL day long! I never worry about him when he's there and I love opening up the app and watching him on the cameras! I highly recommend Camp Bow Wow Duluth.
Posted: 2/05/2014 • Link to this review
My husband and I have two rescue puppies that we take to Camp Bow Wow in Duluth at least once a week for day camp. They are both extremely active and we have a great backyard in which they play. We are, however not comfortable leaving them outside unsupervised so looked for a solution to be able to be gone all day with peace of mind. Every Saturday and occasionally in between, we take Sampson and Delilah to camp for a full day of fun. The camp is extremely clean, has indoor/outdoor camp accommodations and is always appropriately staffed to handle the volume of boarders and campers that are there on a daily basis. The ability to view the day camp activities on-line is priceless. The staff is absolutely wonderful and has helped to bring our terribly people-shy Brittany (Sampson) out of his shell. The staff here is friendly, accommodating and most of all extremely knowledgeable about dog behavior and care. The only reason I am not giving 5 stars is because I have not utilized all services offered. I strongly suspect at such time that I have, I will be able to give 5 stars without question. I have recommended Camp Bow Wow to numerous people and will continue to do so.
Posted: 7/29/2013 • Link to this review
I love this business!!! My boyfriend and I only recently discovered it, but we have taken our doggie there several times already. The first time we had to leave our Frenchie was for an overnight stay and it was absolutely great because when we wanted to check on him we can just look at their online cameras and find the little guy. The staff is super attentive and seems to remember every dog that comes in the door. I definitely recommend it!!!
Posted: 2/05/2013 • Link to this review
I just Love Camp Bow Wow. They treat my dog as though he was one of their own and the people have become part of my family. The facility is clean and the people are so friendly. They offer so many services to fit your needs and at a reasonable price. They could use some improvement on their customer service (i.e. messages left don't always make it to the right person or into their system) but they take such good care of my dog I don't mind. Take your dog here! You won't regret it!
Posted: 2/04/2013 • Link to this review
I have recently had the pleasure of taking my dog, Elvis, to Camp Bow Wow in Duluth. The staff was exceptionally courteous, so I was impressed immediately. The professionalism of the staff put me at ease since I was a little apprehensive with this being my first visit. Elvis had a fabulous time! I was appreciative that all the details about the whole "first time experience" had been laid out to me in a very detailed manner. We have been back several times now and have made the camp a regular part of our weekly schedule. Now, I look at Elvis and say "Camp Bow Wow???" and he tilts his head and then goes nuts with excitement. I cant put into words how happy that makes me. Now, I finally feel like I can travel and know that Elvis is having the time of his life, as well. Thank you so much for making me such a happy pet owner!!!
Posted: 1/07/2013 • Link to this review
Earlier this month we entrusted Camp Bow Wow with the care of our Dog while we went on a short vacation. When we picked her up, she looked terrible. The girl that checked us out said she was worn out from spending a lot of time in the Sun (This during 95+ degree weather!). Our dog's mouth was so dry she could barely drink water. Despite our efforts to cool her down and comfort her, she died in my arms that night. Our Vet suspects she died from heatstroke. As if this wasn't devastating enough, the response from the owner, Jeff, was appalling. Jeff called me two days later. He apologized, but offered nothing more. As the conversation came to a close, I was shocked he had not offered a refund. When I asked about it, he told me he would "consider" it and call me the next day with an answer. After what occurred, who would actually need to "consider" a refund? Regardless, I never received a call back or even a sympathy card, but I did receive an email survey later that week. Apparently Jeff was unhappy with my response to the survey and sent me a nasty email a week later to let me know that since I responded negatively to his survey, he would not be refunding any charges. A devastating loss to our family and their response was unfathomable. Unfortunately, I'm limited to 250 words. If you have any questions, please contact me at MemoryOfOurDog@gmail.com
Posted: 6/29/2011 • Link to this review
This will be a series due to character limitations: Ok, so some people will stop at nothing. I will reprint the original survey and response to it. It is interesting how he vilifies us a little bit more each time he tells his story. He picked up his dog on Saturday and he told us that Nevada passed away the following day, but in his second version it was the night before. We have documented video of him picking up his dog and it was acting fine. As stated below, he did not even take the opportunity (i.e., spend the money) to find out what his dog died of, and has taken our phone conversation and made it out to sound like he would like it to be portrayed, which is completely erroneous. Also, I did not send him a nasty email, but I was blunt about the fact that he was making things up that simply were not true. I will let the truth speak for itself.
Let me say first that we brought our Boxer and it did not work out for him-he decided he did not like any dogs coming in after him! BUT I was so impressed with every single person at Camp Bow Wow Duluth-they greeted him so warmly and even when I had to pick him up every single worker came out and said 'bye' to him and gave him a hug. I cannot express how disappointed I am that our Boxer will not be able to return to such a wonderful place with such obviously caring people.
Posted: 6/14/2011 • Link to this review
All we have to do is ask Jazz if he wants to go to Doggie Daycamp and he gets so excited! I love that I can watch him and see him playing. I called to bring him in and everyone (including Jeff the owner) seems so excited Jazz is coming in. It's nice to know that someone gets as excited about him coming in as he gets when I tell him he's going. We have boarded as well as day camp and have had no doubts my child is being well cared for. Also great to see Jazz crashed on his bed as soon as he walks into the house because he has had so much fun!!!
Posted: 3/08/2011 • Link to this review
My wife and I work long days, averaging 12 hours+ away from home each day. When we got our Schnauzer, there was just NO way we could justify leaving her alone for that long during the week. As soon as she was old enough, we took her to Camp Bow-Wow. It was great socialization for her with other animals. She continues to go to day-camp on a regular basis and has ever since. We take her twice a week, and she comes home a completely different dog. We can just mention "camp" and she gets excited. When she comes home she's happy, healthy, and most importantly worn FLAT out. She falls asleep in the car and we get a restful day or two. If you listen to the TV shows, experts, etc. most behavior problems are as a result of too much energy and not enough exercise. Camp Bow-Wow is like an 8-10 hour long walk for your dog. If you have a dog with that frenetic energy, this is a GREAT way to bleed off some of that anxiety for you AND your pet. As for camp itself, the staff is friendly/helpful, the facilities are clean/well designed, and overall the place is well-run. My dog is part of my family and I wouldn't leave her with just anybody. We continuously recommend Camp Bow-Wow and the concept of open-play to all our friends.
Posted: 3/04/2011 • Link to this review
I've been taking my Labrador Lola to Camp Bow Wow for a few years to be boarded while we take family vacations. She gets to participate in doggie day care during the day and is always well treated. You can watch your dog on the doggie camper cams to reassure yourself all is well while away. The staff is always happy to take calls just to double check on your beloved pet. My dog is happy and healthy when we arrive to get her and never minds going for drop off. Great place!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Highly recommend. M. Hunkapiller
Posted: 3/01/2011 • Link to this review