Camp Bow Wow Golden13101 West 43rd Dr., Golden, CO, US, 80403
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Camp Bow Wow of Golden provides the community with Doggy Day & Overnight Camp services. Conveniently Located Near the Intersection of I-70 and Ward Road, services include: 3 Separate Indoor/Outdoor Play Areas, 24-Hour Monitoring System, Pup Pools & Indoor/Outdoor Play Equipment, Spacious Individual Comfy Cabins, Cozy Sleeping Cots with Fleece Blankets, Campfire Treats at Bedtime, Our Camp Counselors Supervise the Dogs at Play, Providing all Day Love, Care, and Protection, Our Open-Play Environment Provides a Healthy and Stress-free Place for Your Furry Friend to Exercise and Socialize, Watch Your Pup Play ALL DAY on Our Live Webcams
Our Canine Campers spend all day at Day Camp, from early in the morning to late in the evening, romping and playing indoors and outdoors with lots of attention from our well-trained certified Camper Care Specialists and Certified Camp Counselors®. Overnight campers even get special "campfire" treats each night before lights out, when they are tucked into their own spacious, clean Camp Bow Wow® cabin. Each cabin includes a comfy bed with a fleece blanket to curl up on in a climate controlled atmosphere. Campers from the same household can even stay together in the same cabin. In addition, Camp Web Cam monitoring and professional security systems make sure all our Campers are happy and safe!
We serve our Campers their own food during their stay to avoid upset tummies, and special requests for your Camper, from medicines, extra treats, or special care for older pups and other requirements are no problem here – AT NO EXTRA COST!
We strive to make Camp Bow Wow as clean and safe as possible for all of our Campers! They must be neutered or spayed, current on Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella (for Canine Cough). They must socialize well with other dogs, and be in good overall health. Please see our Camper Policies for more detailed information.
The Camp concept provides the highest levels of fun, safety and service for our Campers, and peace of mind for their parents. Since we started franchising in 2003, we have grown to over 100 Camps and 75 Home Buddies franchise territories nationwide, plus one in Canada. As Camp Bow Wow grows, our simple philosophy remains the same: It's all about the dogs.
More than one year ago.
If you love your dog don’t bring it here
DON’T BRING YOUR DOG HERE!!
GO TO THE DENVER CENTRAL LOCATION THEY’RE PHENOMENAL.
Completely incompetent and unprofessional staff. They clearly are understaffed and not dog people. My dog has been boarded over 20 times at 3 other locations with absolutely no problems at all. When I picked up my dog he had multiple lacerations and puncture wounds on his face. They said absolutely nothing about this to me. He was also acting very traumatized because he was locked in a cage all weekend.
Four days ago I asked for video footage from his incident and still have not received it. The manager is an extremely nasty lady. I was out of cell phone service when they tried contacting me because they wanted to release my dog early. They proceeded to harass both emergency contact 5+ times a day when my contacts already stated that they could not pick up my dog and would let them know if they heard from me(This does not seem like a good use of their very limited resources). On the flip side you can not get through to them if your life depended on it. One day I called about 40 times through out the day. They picked up once, put me on hold, hung up, and then had the phone go straight to voicemail when I tried calling back. This also happened before I had even brought my dog to stay there. When I finally got through to the manager she answered absolutely none of my questions or concerns. She laughed at me and even hung up. The manager forwarded my matter to the regional director. When I asked for his contact information she refused to give it because “she would have to look it up.”
When I was on line picking up my dog there was a woman picking up her dog in front of me. The staff informed her that she would need to pay for training sessions if the dog were to come back because it was nipping at them. The woman said she too has never had any issues at all like this in the past, not to mention her dog was about 10 pounds. It’s honestly scary that this place is even open, I’m fearful for any dog staying here.
More than one year ago.
My dogs loved visiting Camp Bow Wow Golden, I never have to worry about where to stay if they don't allow dogs. They are great for boarding and the day camp! Plus, the first day is free!