Camp Bow Wow New Orleans Dog Daycare and Overnight Boarding
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|Webcams installed:||Yes||Small dog area:||Yes|
|Puppy area:||Yes||Outdoor play area:||Yes|
|Private boarding:||Yes||Play area available:||Yes|
|Outdoor area available:||Yes||Vaccine restrictions:||Yes|
“Premier doggy daycare and overnight boarding facility where the dogs socialize and play all day long. Watch your dog play on the web cameras.”
Camp Bow Wow is Amazing
Rover loves Camp Bow Wow. "Love" might not be strong enough to capture his feelings on the matter, actually. In his mind, it's right up there with peanut butter. Rover has gone to Camp Bow Wow once or twice each week for a few months now, after a friend highly recommended the place. Rover always comes home in high spirits and, equally important, exhausted. His day at camp inevitably marks the highlight of his week, but it also makes the rest of the week much more manageable. Before signing up as a camper, Rover needed to run for 2 hours each day at the dog park, and he was very difficult on walks. Immediately, getting out so much energy in just one day at Camp Bow Wow brought us down to a mere 60-90 minutes of running at the dog park (on non-camp days), and he has become well-behaved on walks. His behavior also improved around the house. That one day each week at camp is all he needs to, as they say, take the edge off. His day at camp also serves as a weekly vacation for our older dog, who always seems mildly disappointed when Rover inevitably returns home. But, of course, Rover's just a dog - what can I tell you, human to human? The Camp Bow Wow facility is immaculately clean. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful, and there is a good counselor to camper ratio. Dogs are separated into (I believe) 4 categories by size, from the residents of "Teacup Park" to the 40lbs+ crew.
Tiring but fun!
My mommy left me here for a day and it was a great experience! I was a little confused at first but everyone was so nice. First they brought me into the back while she stayed up front. They let me play with some other dogs and watched me. I grew up with lots of other dogs so I know how to play very nicely. They must have liked that since they brought me into a big open space with a bunch of other dogs about my size. Mommy came by a little bit later to give me a kiss, then left. That was okay by me because I was having fun with my new friends! I got to go inside or outside whenever I wanted - score! There was a camp counselor with us and I liked her immediately. I ran around a lot at first, then decided that since I'm not a young pup anymore, I'd rather hang out with the counselor for a while. She liked that - and even gave me tummy rubs! I was pretty pooped when I got home at the end of the day, but in a good way. I was also thirsty, but they told my mommy to expect both of those things. They sent me home with a "diploma" showing that I can come back to camp whenever I want, and I was proud when Daddy put it on the fridge! I'm looking forward to staying there when Mommy and Daddy are out of town for Christmas. I heard that I get a "campfire" snack every night - a Kong with peanut butter!!! Plus I can bring my bed and my blankie and my stuffed turtle to keep me from getting homesick.