What is doggy daycare?
What do the dogs do all day?
Do you walk the dogs?
Do you provide outdoor play areas?
What makes you different than a traditional kennel?
How do you justify your prices?
Is there a discount for multiple dogs?
Do you offer a discount for extended stays?
Can you provide my dog his/her medications? Is there a charge?
Can I take a tour?
Can any dog come in for doggy Day Camp or Overnight Camp?
Camp Bow Wow Camper Evaluation & Interview Process
How old do the dogs have to be?
What vaccinations are required?
Why do you require that my dog be spayed or neutered?
Why do you require an interview?
What is the interview process?
We like the interviews to last at least three hours to give us time to get to know your dog and to give your dog time to realize that you have left and -- most importantly -- to be excited to see you when you come to pick them up. At Camp Bow Wow, the initial interview day is always free. The interview usually consists of us leading your dog into a separate play area or "interview area" where our Camp Counselors will spend a little time getting to know your dog and checking to see how your dog interacts with people. At this time, the Camp Counselor will also look your dog over for any possible issues such as fleas and ticks and for any existing injuries that may worsen when playing with other dogs.
Other dogs will be introduced into the interview area one at a time in order to see how your dog interacts with other dogs. After our counselors are comfortable with your dog, with your dog's reactions to other dogs, and are confident that your dog feels secure in the environment, your pup - along with their new friends - will be introduced into the appropriate play area based on their size, temperament, and activity level. Please be aware that if we do have issues with your dog during the interview process, we may need to contact you to come pick them up early.
Do dogs ever get hurt?
What do you do in case of illness or injury?
Will my dog like this environment?