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Featured Campers, In-Home Pets & Training Dogs

We LOVE our Campers! Check out our featured Campers at Albany. These pups love to play all day in our fun, safe and social environment, and receive lots of love and attention from our Certified Camp Counselors® whether they’re in for day care or boarding.

  • Mac

    September 2019 Camper of the Month

    Mac

    Breed: Weimaraner
    Age: 2 years old
    Campers Since: 10/2017
    Mac puts a smile on everyone's face! He comes in every morning excited to be at camp, and every evening when he checks out he patiently sits and waits for his daily treat! He plays so well with all of his many friends here at camp and we absolutely love having him as one of our regular campers.

  • Maggie and Henry

    August 2019 Camper of the Month

    Maggie and Henry

    Breeds: Labrador/Great Pyrenees mix & Labrador/Rottweiler mix
    Campers Since: 12/2018 & 7/2019
    Maggie is a 1-year-old Labrador/Great Pyrenees mix. When Maggie first started Camp in December 2018, we all fell in love with her. She is one of the sweetest and most well-behaved puppies we've ever met! We were all so excited to meet her new little brother Henry, a 5-month-old Labrador/Rottweiler mix, last month and fell in love with him right away too. They are both so well behaved and love being at Camp. They are a perfect pair!

  • Piper

    July 2019 Camper of the Month

    Piper

    Breed: Flat Coated Retriever
    Camper Since: 11/2017
    About: Piper walks in every morning so excited to be at camp! We can truly tell how much she loves Camp and seeing all her friends. It has been such a treat for us to watch her grow up from a rambunctious puppy to a mature goofy girl!

  • Brody

    June 2019 Camper of the Month

    Brody

    Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
    Camper Since: 5/21/2017
    About: Brody is such a goofy boy who has steals everyone’s heart as soon as he meets them! He’s so much fun to be in yard with and has the biggest personality. He loves the sound of his collar on the metal siding of the play yards and is always sliding up against it to make as much noise as he can and to let you know he’s here!