Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater
Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater
Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater
Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater
Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater

Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater

10 Chimney Rock Rd, Bridgewater, NJ, US, 08805
Weekdays: 6:30am - 7:00pm, Sat: 9:00am - 7:00pm, Sun & Holidays: 9:00am - 11:00am & 5:00pm - 7:00pm

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Description

Dog Boarding and daycare with a twist. We separate the dogs into our indoor / outdoor play yards based on their size, temperament and play style where they socialize and play with other dogs all day long. Boarding dogs participate in our dog daycare program at no additional charge and are only in their spacious cabins for meals and bedtime. Our cabins come complete with comfy cots and bedding. Watch your dog play on our camper cams.

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BringFido Traveler Rating

Camp Bow Wow Bridgewater has received a rating of 3.0 out of 5 bones by 4 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Jun. 02, 2019
    Tail cut OFF😡

    They shut my dogs tail in a door so hard they cut a piece off that had bone in it. There was bone exposed on his tail too. DON’T GO HERE. Dogs now at emergency vet. I hope this isn’t worse than it looks.

  • More than one year ago.
    About Andrew's review

    I was surprised, indeed, to read the review of a former Camp Bow Wow worker and the allegations set forth in his review. I would like to say, I have seen more positive reviews than negative ones. I know nothing about Kima, and if this dog is a trouble maker, I have confidence that this dog would be removed after witnessing continually bad behavior. I guess the reviews given are varied and I can only speak from my own experiences. I would hope that if an incident occurred on the part of Maddie's bad behavior or if she was exposed to potentially problematic dogs, I would be told and the situation remedied. So far nothing has occurred with Maddie which would lead me to believe that the owners Randi and Sherrie, would allow Maddie to be exposed to dogs in any size range which are considered to be dangerous. From my own observations I feel most comfortable leaving my border collie under the care and supervision of the owners and staff..

  • More than one year ago.
    Reckless endangerment

    During my time working at this camp bow-wow I observed many things that convinced me never to board my dog there. Some are covered by the confidentiality agreement, but some are not. Randi and Sherri, the owners, have allowed violent dogs to roam free in their play areas for no better reason then being personal friends with the owners. I will not remove this review since I am not committing libel (this being true) or breaching the confidentiality contract (seeing as how I am not releasing proprietary information). Before boarding your dog here, ask if Kima the husky will be allowed in the play area with their dog. You can ask them what Kima's history is if you like. I raised complaints constantly about the treatment of some of the animals, and in exchange I found them to be a bitter enemy when I applied for unemployment. Ask about Boomer the American bulldog, and how the assistant manager at the time Bob (who was accused of kicking a dog the very first day I worked there) was responsible for letting Gus a dalmatian maul the hind quarters of Boomer. In response to Connie's review, Maddie was an energetic little collie kept in the play area for the second to smallest dogs. Just because the facility managers choose not to inform dog owners of the risks their animals take by being boarded there, doesn't mean anything bad will happen. It just means if something bad happens, you'll only hear about it if it left a mark. PS, Bret, an employee I personally witnessed drag dogs out of view of the camera to throttle until they were quiet, still works there. I have been provided with cease and desists by the lawyer representing Camp Bow-Wow Bridgewater because I signed a confidentiality agreement. While whistle-blower rights only pertain to government and federal employees, a confidentiality agreement does not cover illegal activities such as animal abuse or endangerment by mishandling chemicals.

  • More than one year ago.
    If I could be a dog for a day

    I am so impressed with Camp Bow Wow in Bridgewater, especially with the way Debbie, Randy and the staff welcome you and your pet and are "always" glad to see you regardless of how busy they are. Maddie, my border collie mix, would come here every day if I could afford it. She comes for half days (5) hours, but is thoroughly played out when I pick her up. I could swear she has a smile on her face. If I could only be a dog for a day, I'd be barkin glad if my mommy brought me here to play!

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