Camp Bow Wow Greensboro
- Camp bow wowMore than a year agoIn Response to Melody Bivona's Review
In our system, it says that your last visit with us was in July 2013, at that time we were under ownership of Paola, and the manager at the time placed a note on your account that the pup was injured. Since then we have been under new management and have made a lot of great changes and put more training in place for all of our employees, so that incidents like that do not happen again.
- LibbyMore than a year agoBest Care ever!!
I was highly impressed by the caring staff at Camp Bow Wow this month. Our Rough Collie had bad reaction to a pain medication prescribed by the Vet the day before we left for vacation and boarded her at camp. The staff phoned and emailed us with details of the symptoms. They eventually arranged for her to be transferred to the Vet prior to our return. This was such a comfort to know they were willing to do anything. The Get Well card is an added extra that shows they are doing everything to assure their customers that we can expect the best treatment. I highly recommend.
- LindsayMore than a year agoBest Place to Leave My Dog
Camp Bow Wow in Greensboro has friendly faces and great service. I love being able to watch my dog on the cameras. They also are great with dogs who have particular needs and respecting those needs. My dog is always tired when coming home afterwards.
- Melody BivonaMore than a year agoAwful place-dangerous to dogs
Do not take your dog to Camp Bow Wow in Greensboro EVER. My dog Pepper spent the weekend there. When my husband brought him home this morning I immediately noticed he was limping and not himself at all. Upon checking him out I found THREE puncture wounds, one very deep. They were bleeding and pus was already present. I called them right away and asked what the heck happened. Their response was that he was fine last night and that it must have happened overnight in his cabin with my other dog Izzy. Sounded very strange to me since Izzy and Pepper do not fight but I said ok. Izzy by the way has no indications of being in any fight. I took Pepper to the vet and my vet said the wounds are 24-36 hours old. Pepper had a fever of 103.6 and lots of pus pockets. He had to be sedated and shaved and have drainage tubes inserted. $350 later Pepper is finally at home resting but he is nowhere near the sweet, lovable, lively dog he was when we dropped him off on Friday. I called Camp Bow W ow back as soon as I returned from the vet. Funny their story had changed! Now they say oh yeah on Sunday morning another dog’s play got a “little” out of hand with Pepper. They broke it up and checked out the dogs and said there was nothing wrong with them. There is plenty wrong with Pepper. The scariest thing is what if I had not come home late last night? What if we were picking Pepper up Tuesday or Wednesday??? What kind of shape would he be in then???