Camp Bow Wow Troy Review – Review of Camp Bow Wow doggy day camp, boarding facility kennel on Souter Drive in Troy MI.
I stopped by the Troy, MI location of Camp Bow Wow to review their doggy day camp and boarding facility. I was met by Tiffany, one of the managers, who gave me a complete tour of Camp Bow Wow.
Camp Bow Wow Troy is an option for families going on vacation and working families looking for interaction for their dogs while at work. Camp Bow Wow also houses foster dogs.
The entrance has a log cabin theme, which carries over to the dog cabins. Each caging area is a “cabin” where the dogs lodge. There are family cabins for dogs from the same family.
When I was growing up, taking a vacation meant taking the family pooch to a dog kennel. These situations usually meant a lot of stress wondering if your dog was being well taken care of. Some kennels can be downright intimidating for owners. Dogs at Camp Bow Wow are given more than adequate care and attention. I wouldn’t hesitate for a moment to take a dog there. I’d only worry that they might not want to return home! Camp Bow Wow is not your typical dog kennel.
When a new dog comes to Camp Bow Wow, he is taken to the “Pawvillion” for an “interview.” New dogs are monitored to see how they interact. The Pawvillion is also used for dogs who’ve recently had surgery and need a safe haven so they don’t get bumped, and for senior citizen dogs (older breeds) who need a quiet area to play if its too loud in the main area.
Camp Bow Wow Troy MI has indoor and outdoor play areas. They have play structures outside and even a puppy pool for the summer. The camp counselors at Camp Bow wow try to interact with the dogs as much as possible. And when the dogs are in the cabins, the staff works diligently to clean and disinfect all areas.
When the dogs are let out of the cabins they are separated by size and temperament, so you don’t have to worry about your Chihuahua playing with a Rottweiler. There are three play areas – small dogs, medium dogs, and large dogs. The dogs play 6-8 hours outside of the cabins each day. If you’re wondering how your pet is doing while at Camp Bow Wow, cameras are available to watch your pet on the internet. You can also check out the online cameras if you’re a potential new customer and just want to see what Camp Bow Wow is all about. You can access the cameras via the Camp Bow Wow website.
Camp Bow Wow Troy plays Classical music for the dogs to help them sleep at the end of the night. They also get a peanut butter Kong at the end of the day. It’s like their camp fire treat.
Camp Bow Wow Troy MI has a state of the art alarm system to keep the dogs safe at night.
Camp Bow Wow Locations in Oakland County Michigan.
Camp Bow Wow Troy
1300 Souter Drive
Troy, Michigan 48083
Camp Bow Wow Commerce Twp
4373 Plant Dr.
Commerce Township, Michigan 48390
Camp Bow Wow Clarkston
6374 Sashabaw Rd.
Clarkston, Michigan 48346