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We LOVE our Campers! Check out our featured Campers at Camp Bow Wow Charlotte Metro. 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.
May Camper of the MonthSamson
Age: 8 Years
Breed: Black Lab
Congratulations to Samson, our Camper of the Month! Samson, is a long time Camper at our Charlotte Metro Camp. He is a handsome, 8 year old black lab who loves to monitor the play yard to make sure all the pups are behaving properly. Samson enjoys playing with our younger pups too! With his sweet, gentle disposition, Samson helps us with our socialization interviews for our new Campers! We love Samson!!!
April Camper of the MonthWillie
Age: 1 Year
Breed: Poodle Mix
Willie is a one year old Poodle Mix at Camp Bow Wow Charlotte Metro. He plays with every dog and helps make them feel welcome. "When Willie is in Camp, we use him for the small dog interviews! He is very relaxed with our new Campers, but once they run around for fun, so does Willie. We love Willie at Camp!"
March Camper of the MonthMaybeline
Age: 6 Years
Breed: Merle Great Dane
Maybeline is a six year old blue Merle Great Dane who loves sun naps and some good ear rubs from her counselors! We love seeing Maybeline in Camp! Congratulations on being Camper of the Month!
February Camper of the MonthFrank
Thank you Victoria for sharing your story about Frank, one of our Campers!! You tell the story best!
Hey all! I was asked by a camp counselor to write up a little story about Frank the pug who is currently staying with you all for the weekend! He's now my little baby and I hope he has a fun weekend with you all!! Sometimes Christmas gifts come early and bring more happiness than you can imagine.
In early December of this past year, I heard from a good friend that an older pug was available for adoption in Beckley, WV. However, a main factor in this situation was I was in Charlotte, NC and my parents were in Pittsburgh, PA. Through friends and family "Operation Frankie" was born. It involved two other friends getting up at 5:00 am to drive 2 hours to the shelter for a chance that they could get Frankie for me. I tried to stop them because it was too much to ask but those 2 friends took it on themselves, slept in their car, and stood in line to make sure they were the first ones at the shelter. They were successful, now it was part 2. How to get him home to us.
The next day, after Frankie got his checkup, shots and neutering, my parents drove 3 hours from Pittsburgh to pick him up. They were warned that he had a bad cough and was extremely underweight. (That was a polite way of saying how terrible his condition was.) My parents said their hearts were broken when they saw Frank for the first time. Frankie was terribly thin, he had a knot on his head, a sore on his leg, and his ear looked like it had at one time been bitten. My dad could put his hand around Frankie's backside, and his fingers could touch because he was so thin. My mom said it was pathetic seeing him try to stand and his little leg shook because he just didn't have the strength to stand. They decided at that moment, no matter what, Frankie was coming home to be loved and given the most comfortable, happy life we could provide.
It took time... He never barked, would only sit on the floor with a blanket on him, and tried to avoid our other 2 dogs. Slowly, he let us be a part of his world. He now loves cuddling, going to the dog park, gained 5+ pounds, and loves being the center of attention. On Christmas Eve, while playing with our other dogs, he barked! It was a Christmas gift to us. We kept the shelter's name for him Frank because Saint Francis is the protector of animals, and we think he knew that we will always protect and take care of our Frankie. I always say I wish we could have found him a little sooner but I actually think he came into our lives at the perfect time.
January Camper of the MonthRemington
Remington is a regular Camper at our Charlotte Metro Camp.He is one of our sweetest Campers and always bounces into Camp armed with kisses!Remington loves to play with all pups alike and when he needs a break, he plops down on his favorite Counselor's feet for some ear rubs! We love having Remington in Camp!
May Camper of the MonthMowgli
Age: 2 Years
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Mowgli Bradshaw is the birthday boy this month too. He will be two on May 15 and is a small German Shepherd mix pup. All of the counselors love Mowgli and he LOVES to play, especially with Sandy and Archer! He will also do almost anything to get his paws on a treat! Mowgli is the definition of a "good boy" and we just love him