It’s Be Kind To Animals Week and while there’s a million different things this can mean, we’ve been thinking about it and from our perspective and our mentality of “Happy Healthy Pets, Happy Healthy People” here’s a few ways we put that policy into play everyday:
- Meeting your dogs needs for physical exercise: Dogs need physical exercise to maintain a happy and health lifestyle but we understand that an hour long walk might not always fit into your schedule. Camp provides an open play environment for your dog with other dogs of his same size and temperament. Our Campers get 6 to 8 hours of open play regardless of whether they’re boarding overnight or just playing for the day. They’ll romp all day and sleep the night away!
- Meeting your dogs needs for mental stimulation: For some dogs, just sniffing around the play yard and taking in all the smells and sounds at Camp is mentally stimulating. For our more seasoned Campers, sometimes they need to take it to the next level. Our circuit training program is a great match for just about any Camper!
- Monitoring your dog for health and safety concerns: We love our Campers and we’re fortunate enough to see many of them on a regular basis. We get to know them, what their temperaments are like, what they like and don’t like and when something is “off” with them, we usually catch it pretty quickly. Whether it’s loose stool or a little bit of lethargy, we’ll let you know if your Camper has any health concerns while they’re in our care. Likewise, we always ask that you inform us if you notice something not quite right with your dog after a day at Camp. Dogs can pass colds and viruses just like humans, so we like to make sure everyone is happy and healthy!
With our new Camper Cams, you can peek in on your pup during the day in High Definition! We’re warning you…it’s addicting!
If your dog has never tried out Camp Bow Wow come on in for a FREE day of play and see what all the barking is about!