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- Posted: 12/3/2012
Very Disappointed! I called them to make a reservation for December 2012. We are doing a road trip from Florida to Texas and stopping in New Orleans for two days. I called to make a reservation and they said they need an interview done at least a day before the dog can stay. When I tell her that we arrive that day and we cannot go the day before since we will not be in New Orleans she says that for the holidays they may be completely booked. Then she says that the dog can be interviewed in Florida and they can transfer the paperwork. Seemed that that was going to work out. I told her ok let’s make the appointment then. She said the appointment can only be made after the interview is done….UHHH excuse me? That doesn’t make any sense…she is telling me that they will be booked but then she doesn’t want to make an appointment for my dog? The whole process doesn’t make sense. My dog is a Maltese used to travel in airplanes, hotels, boarding in many places. She gets along with all kind of pets and I told her this. I will be telling this to all my friends that own pets.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 1/3/2011
Camp BowWow is wonderful. After my dog had a difficult experience elsewhere, I was nervous about doggie-day care. I had nothing to worry about at Bow Wow. The staff are great. They get to know the dogs and work to make sure the dogs all get the attention, care and exercise they need.
- Posted: 12/27/2010
I love camp bow wow. They have a very friendly staff and tons of room for your pooch. They are always sending great information and promotional emails. During ur pooch's stay they will be treated great. Playtime with other dogs there size and u can watch them online incase ur feeling gulity or wanna chenck up on them. I would recommend this place to anyone who feels bad when they leave there pooch for vacation time! Your dog will not be lonely or treated badly ;o)
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 12/10/2010
As a new owner of a yorkie I was and am still very overprotective of her and this is the only camp that I feel 100% confident in her staying. \r \r The camper cams are great to see what she is doing and I have popped in and taken a tour at different times and it is always very clean and well attended. \r \r I have brought my dog there several times and each time I am very well satisfied. The staff is great and very accomodating. I just wish I lived closer so she could go and play more often not just when I am in New Orleans for the weekend or on vacation.\r \r
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 12/9/2010
Brought my Corgi here for her ""interview"" and free day of camp and am going to board her here for Christmas. I was very impressed. Before your dog can be a ""camper,"" the staff brings them back and tests their temperament and how well they get along with other dogs. That makes me feel comfortable about the other dogs that she will be playing with. Then while I was finishing up the paperwork, they put the camera feed up on a TV screen so I could watch her, which was very reassuring. I was very impressed by the facility tour. It was very clean and well-kept. They have a lot of dogs but are very organized. They put my dog in with other dogs of her size, which was perfect. They also have a ""tea cup"" room for the teeny dogs which is too cute! They seem to know a lot about dog behavior and health. Dogs have to wait an hour after eating to play to prevent bloat. They get ""nap time"" mid-day so they don't get overextended. There is even a ""time out"" area for dogs that are getting out of hand. I loved watching my dog on the camera when I was at work. It was fun to see her run around! She is older and I was worried about her over-exerting herself, but she eventually just plopped herself at the counselor's feet. I saw her get a nice tummy rub too! The prices are a little higher than I'd like to pay, but you're definitely getting a high-quality facility.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 11/18/2010
I would absolutely recommend Camp Bow Wow New Orleans. My dog Stella practically tackles me with excitement every time we pull into the parking lot. Whether it is a half day, full day, or overnight camp stay I know my dog will be taken care of and have a wonderful time there. The camper cams are a fabulous way to check in on your little one. Camp is a great way to get your dogs to socialize with other dogs and playing with other dogs sure beats sitting at home all day. You can also rest assure that there is always someone in the play areas with the dogs for supervision purposes. The cabins are very spacious and I even enjoy shopping around in the store. When I pick her up she immediately falls asleep and is an angel for the rest of the day or night. It is worth every penny and trust me your dogs will love it.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 11/8/2010
Wow to Camp Bow Wow!! Our two dogs love camp bow wow. They are so excited when we pull up to the wonderful, clean, friendly facility. When I drop them off they don't even look back to say good-bye. It's off to their freinds. When we pick them up, they fall asleep on the back seat of the car before we even get home. Thank you camp bow wow for the peace we get knowing our babbies are in such good hands and having such a great time. Camper Cams are a big plus!
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 11/2/2010
We just love Camp Bow Wow and so does our dog Tank. I especially love the Camper Cams so I know Tank is being well taken care of. The staff is very friendly and treat the dogs as their own. I always feel Tank is in good hands when he is there for either the day or for a week.