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Help a Dog In Need

When the going gets ruff, the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation helps support the health and happiness of our four-legged friends to keep them in their forever homes.

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Safety is Our Top Priority

Parents also feel confident knowing their pet is well-cared for in our safe and secure environment:

  • All Certified Camp Counselors® are extensively trained in dog behavior, pet first aid and CPR
  • Each Camper is required to pass a socialization interview, be spayed or neutered, and be current on vaccinations.
  • Live webcams to check in on your dog from anywhere using a computer or mobile device.
  • Facilities are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • “I love how comfortable the staff made us feel leaving our Duke there for the first time!! Everyone is so friendly, I know he's in great care when at Camp Bow Wow!!”

    - Kelly R.

  • “Great staff, professional, friendly and welcoming. Immaculate environment and expert care for your Camper.”

    - Joanne C.

  • “They take incredible care of my dog. They make her welcome and I feel comfortable knowing she is well taken care of.”

    - Kimberly S.

  • “Camp Bow Wow is fabulous...they are passionate about their work, always happy to see our pup, and take great care of her...be it for day Camp or overnight.”

    - Angelica M.

  • “They always have fun playing with their "friends" and we love being able to check in on them throughout the day !”

    - Nicole J.

  • “I always feel secure knowing that the staff truly love my dog and that they will make sure he is happy and comfortable during his stay. They are the best!”

    - Su-Kim C.

  • “Super friendly team of staff! Very kind, caring, accommodating, flexible. They loved my dog and treated her like their own.”

    - Holly H.

  • “I know when I leave my dogs at Camp Bow Wow they will be taken care of, have a great time and come home worn out from playing all day.”

    - Hayley L.

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