Rick Harton's review is a complete fabrication of fallacies. He has not been a customer for more than four months, we have never employed a teenager (but we would if the fit was correct unlike Rick's childish comment), and to further dispel ricks ignorant rant, please visit our website and click on the Systino link where you will find 600 more reviews, none commenting on an owner being an issue, rather why Camp Bow Wow is the BEST place for your dog.
Posted: 6/14/2011 • Last edited: 6/17/2011 • Link to this review
We started using camp bow wow the minute they opened their doors. Over the course of a year and a half the quality went way down. I had problem after problem with them. My dog was not eating (not like her) and nobody contacted me, they leave the dogs unattended in the yards. My dog used to really enjoy going, but then became withdrawn when we would take her. She definatly wasn't getting the care she should have been getting. The owners male promises and don't deliver, they have very young teenagers working for them who just don't seem to have the caring and compassion that they need to have when watching somebody elses babies. I DO NOT recommend Camp Bow Wow Las Vegas to anyone anymore ( I used to recommend to everyone). If you care about your pets well being, take them somewhere else. Again the owners tell you one thing but are doing something else. Even the manager says the owners husband is a huge problem!!
Posted: 6/06/2011 • Last edited: 6/17/2011 • Link to this review
I have tried several dog day care facilities in the Las Vegas valley and found the finest to be Camp Bow Wow. The staff at Camp Bow Wow loves their jobs and it shows with how they work with the dogs and fur baby parents. Camp Bow Wow did an amazing interview with my small Chihuahua Bella for 3 hours to check her temperament and socialization behavior to see how she would adapt at the Camp Bow Wow environment. The staff did a great job dealing with me as a stressed parent leaving her baby with them for the first time. No other dog day cares company worked with me like Camp Bow Wow; as Bella was dumped in with the other dogs causing her undue stress and told me to come back later. Bella now goes to Camp Bow Wow 1 - 3 days a week and she get so excited when we pull into Camp Bow Wow drive way. She has become a socialized dog always smiling and tail wagging. "A tired dog is a good dog" as they say at Camp Bow Wow and I agree. I love the fact that I can watch my fur baby on the webcam while she is at camp which is a free service. I have used the boarding program several times for Bella who gets a private cabin and can sleep with her favorite pillow and blanket. Check out Camp Bow Wow's 401K-9 and VIP programs as you can take advantage of special discounts. Camp Bow Wow is my fur baby's family away from home. Las Vegas premier dog day care and boarding is Camp Bow Wow; you will not be unhappy with their services
Posted: 11/04/2010 • Link to this review
We were not unhappy with the last kennel we used but liked the idea of being able to see our dogs via internet while we were on vacation. This is a great service that is offered by Camp Bow Wow. This business exceeded all expectations. Every contact, whether in person or on the phone, was professional and polite. The staff seem to really love their jobs as was clear in the manner they interacted with our dogs. They were flexible when we returned early from our trip. They waited for a few minutes after closing and did not act put out in the least. They undstood that we missed our dogs and just wanted to get them as soon as possible. Our dogs will definitely be returning!
Posted: 1/03/2010 • Link to this review
Our family loves Camp Bow Wow! Our dog loves going there and is always excited to go for daycare or boarding. Mari and her whole team are wonderful and are always so nice. It's great how they have webcams so you can check and see your dog playing to give you that sense of assurance. It's an easy location to get to near the Strip and south/east side of town, reasonable rates and convenient hours. Thank you Camp Bow Wow!
Posted: 12/15/2009 • Link to this review