Choosing a boarding facility can be incredibly difficult for many pet parents. Because this will be your dog’s home away from home for the next several days, weeks, or months, it’s natural that pet parents only want to find the best of the best.
Choosing the Right Boarding Facility
Ask to Schedule a Tour
Scheduling a tour is a great way to get answers to your burning questions, meet the staff, and get a feel for how the dogs are treated.
If you’re interested in scheduling a tour with Camp Bow Wow, make sure to call your local Camp for times and availability. Due to COVID, some Camps are substituting in-person tours with a virtual experience.
Read Reviews and Testimonials
One of the best ways to get an honest opinion of any business is to read reviews. Reading about past customer (and pup) experiences can help you determine which boarding facility is right for your four-legged friend.
Try Day Care First
Especially if you plan on boarding your dog for a long stay, it’s a good idea to start with shorter visits. Sending your dog to day care first can help them get acclimated to other dogs, the employees, and the location itself.
Ask About Health and Safety Protocols
Do all dogs need to be up to date on the vaccines? Are there separate play areas for big and small dogs? How often are dogs let out to exercise and play? These are just some of the important questions you should ask about your dog’s stay.
At Camp Bow Wow, we pride ourselves on our all-day play policy, in which dogs are welcome to play with each other in a number of indoor and outdoor play areas. We also have separate areas for small, medium, and large dogs to ensure their safety.
Are you looking to be a part of a low-risk, high-growth industry with high rates of repeat customers and a business model that ramps up quickly? If so, we think it’s time you joined the Pack!To receive your complimentary executive summary and learn more about franchise opportunities, fill out the form below or call us at (870) 600-2713. We’re looking forward to having you join the Camp Bow Wow family.