Camp Bow Wow Dallas Dog Daycare and Boarding

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Webcams installed:  YesSmall dog area:  Yes
Puppy area:  YesTransportation & pick up:  No
Outdoor play area:  YesPrivate boarding:  Yes
Play area available:  YesOutdoor area available:  Yes
24 hour supervised care:  YesVaccine restrictions:  Yes

Frequency of walks:Eight hours free play
Rooms vs kennels:Rooms and kennels
Frequency of walks:Eight hours free play
Age restriction:4 months

“Dog daycare and overnight boarding catering to downtown/uptown Dallas. Features: cameras, 10,000 sf indoor/7500 sf outdoor play areas, eight separate play areas, climate controlled, trained in pet cpr and first aid, 24 monitoring, baths/individual cabins with cots and plush mats provided.”

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5posted: October 9th, 2010

Where a rescue can be a dog!


Sherman is a very timid rescue dog that acts normal and has fun at Camp Bow Wow. The staff is so friendly and always takes time to talk to you. Although...normally they don't have much time to talk to me as Sherman races in the door and never even looks back when he arrives at Camp. When I pick him he is tuckered out and has his on goofy doggy grin....and judging from the free web cams, he has a great time playing with the other dogs. The facilities are always clean and the staff is always cognizant of the health of all the dogs. I feel very safe boarding my special guy there and know he is good hands. I always recommend CBW to all my friends and so far they have all tried it and loved it! We love CBW!!

 

 
5edited: February 27th, 2007

Day Care


I love this place! It's close to uptown (where my mom works) so I get to hang out with other dogs and play all day instead of being cooped up in my apartment while my mom is working. She feels better taking me to Camp Bow Wow than other places because she can watch me during the day from her computer so she knows what I'm up to. I go about twice a week and occasionally get stuck having a bath while I'm there. Camp is very clean and the people are all really nice and I wag my tail as soon as I see them in the morning. I love going to Camp Bow Wow because there is a lot of room inside and outside to play-unlike some other places I've been where we are all cooped up in a little room. Plus, just in case anything happens to me, the counselors know dog cpr!

posted: February 26th, 2007

 

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