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Where a Dog Can Be A Dog®

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What Sets Us Apart from the Rest

Your dog deserves the best – they deserve the premier, all-inclusive services of Camp Bow Wow. Here, your pup can romp and play all day long, socializing with other dogs and humans. It’s no wonder pups pull their parents to our front door every time they come to Camp!

We’re proud to offer daycare that:

  • Provides regular exercise to maintain a healthy weight
  • Relieves boredom, separation anxiety, and destructive behavior at home
  • Improves socialization with dogs and people
  • Increases overall happiness

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why Camp Bow Wow

    There are many reasons why Camp Bow Wow is loved by furry friends and parents alike! It is a way for your pup to receive regular exercise to maintain a healthy diet. Camp also helps decrease your pet’s boredom, separation anxiety, and destructive behavior at home. Additionally, Camp improves your pup’s socialization skills with people and other dogs, and enhances his or her quality of life.

  • Will my dog be safe in your care

    At Camp Bow Wow, safety is our top priority! Parents can feel confident knowing their pet is well-cared for and safe when they’re with us for a number of reasons. All of our Certified Camp Counselors are extensively trained in dog behavior, pet first aid, and CPR. Each Camper is required to pass a socialization interview, and must be spayed or neutered, and current on their vaccinations. Our facilities are monitored 24/7, and you can check in on your dog from anywhere with your computer or cell phone.

  • How much do services cost

    With our all-inclusive pricing, the price you see is the price you pay! You can receive the wonderful benefits that Camp has to offer, without having to worry about any hidden surprises.

  • What do dogs do all day at Camp

    They play! Our dog day care is your pup’s dream come true. They can enjoy our large, climate-controlled play yards, which are carefully supervised by Camp Counselors certified in pet first aid and CPR. Campers can play and socialize with other dogs—we make sure to separate them by size, temperament, and activity level—or take a nap in one of our spacious Cabins if they are tired. Overnight Campers play all day with the Day Campers, just taking breaks for meals and rest.

  • Can any dog come in for doggy day care

    Since our dogs interact in an all-day play environment, it’s important for them to get along well with others. We require that your pup first complete the Camper Interview process so we can see how they interact with other dogs and people. To maintain our incredibly high safety standards and satisfaction ratings, we require your pup to be: At least four months old, Spayed or neutered (if seven months old or older), Current on Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella vaccines*, Flea/tick-free and in good overall health, Free of wounds or stitches of any kind, Wearing a quick-release collar, Friendly with other dogs and people, Able to pass our Camper Interview and trial day, Oral Bordetella accepted if given within last six months. Injectable or intra-nasal accepted if given within last twelve months. * Please note that other vaccinations and requirements can vary by Camp. Contact your local Camp for more information.

  • What is the Camper Interview and why is it required

    Because we take safety very seriously, we’ve created policies to ensure a happy and healthy environment for all our Campers. We hold ourselves to the highest safety standards. Therefore, all dogs must pass our interview process before they can participate in our group play environment. The Interview is a minimum of three hours, but is completely free of charge. Our goal is to see if your dog enjoys the open-play environment our Camp offers. Please watch the video below for more information.

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