Camp Bow Wow Salt Lake City
- JessicaJun. 17, 2019I wish I could give zero stars!!!!
Please read my experience with camp bow wow. Below are FACTS! DO NOT bring your pups here!
They lost my paperwork multiple times! 3 times is too many times for me to have to fill out paperwork.
Aubrie told me she was the manager and she didn’t have anyone above her that she reports to. When I asked why her card says “assistant manager” she then refused to give me any other info of anyone else to call.
My dog was there for over 24 hours and only was given 1/2 of ONE of her feedings. When we called to see how she was doing we were told she was doing great and has been eating great.
My dog was only seen on camera 2 times in the whole time she was there. Camera was consistently checked every hour!
Camp bow wow employees not call me or my emergency contact! Aubrie told me they called me and left a vm but my vm isn’t and never has been set up. They lied!
I asked to see proof of whether my dog was out and about with the other dogs and Aubrie told me she couldn’t show me. She had to talk to her other managers first to see if it was okay.
Only bring your dog here if you want them to be neglected and starved for their stay! I am still waiting on a call back from anyone to resolve this issue!
- JackJun. 7, 2019Be wary of leaving your dog here
My dog had a very unpleasant stay here. I wish I could give more details as to what exactly happened but they have changed or miscommunicated the story 3 different times (all drastically different) so I don’t know what to believe.
- KathieJun. 3, 2019DO NOT BRING HIGH ENERGY DOGS HERE
Camp Bow Wow is NOT a place for high energy dogs. The staff is overall friendly and they have big boarding kennels. However if you have a high energy dog take them somewhere else.
-unorganized, you might not get your stuff back due to a mix up or it may be destroyed and given back to you with no explanation of why the item has been destroyed.
-do not allow high energy dogs to release all of their energy, as promised all over their website.
-will use cookie cutter “bad dog” behaviors that you or trainer that’s has worked with your dog since he was a puppy has never seen exhibited from your dog as an excuse if they do not want your dog to come back unless “corrected” by their trainer (when you ask for the behavior one employee will tell you one thing and another will tell you something on the opposite of the spectrum)
-has way too many dogs at once
-poor communication with owners. You have to call them to figure out why your dog is being put in his kennel all day.
I don't want to be that lady that thinks her dog can do no wrong, but I think they are just not equipped to handle high energy dogs or at least they don’t want to. I get that you are a business and you don’t want to come out and say “we can’t handle high energy dogs” because you would lose money and your whole business model is that dogs get to play with other dogs, but please find a different way of telling the owners instead of making up a behavior for the dog.
- Christine HeningerMore than a year agoBest Doggie Daycare EVER!
We have been bringing our furr babies here for years, and have never been disappointed. The webcams make me feel secure knowing I can check on my pups anytime I want, and the owner is truely wonderful! I highly recommend this place. This is the only daycare I trust with my babies! :)
- RobinMore than a year agoWonderful
Our two dogs (a two year old Leonberger, and a 3+ish Anatolian Shepard mix) absolutely love this place. When we arrive they get very exited, and they sleep for days after they return. The staff are friendly to dogs and people, and are quite knowledgeable about dogs (for example, unlike the general public, they didn't confuse the headcollars our dogs were wearing for muzzles.) They learn about what kind of environment works best for them, and will place them in a play group that corresponds to that. Our Anatolian Shepard was a little intimidated by the dogs her size, so they put her with the littler dogs for a while until she got more comfortable. She has some behavior issues that stem from her genetics and abusive past, that they were very sensitive to, which was quite relieving. You can feel the owner's pride in her business. They have a charitable side too, and they are always fostering at least one dog within their facility. All in all, a great, warm environment.
- MikeMore than a year agoDoggie Day Care
One of the cleanest doggie day cares I have visited. Also, knowledgeable staff.