Camp Bow Wow® Rochester Dog Boarding and Doggy Daycare Facility
At Camp your pups reap the benefits of exercise and socialization while having lots of fun romping & playing with their canine friends. Your pup will "Play all day and snooze the night away."® Rest assured knowing your camper is well taken care of at all times whether you are gone for a day, over night or for an extended period of time. Your pet is a part of your family and we want them to be a part of ours too.
Your Camper Receives:
- All Day Play, Snooze The Night Away®
- Large Indoor & Outdoor Play Areas
- Spacious Cabins with Comfy Cots
- Live Camper Cams®
- Bedtime Campfire Tasty Treats
- Certified Camp Counselors®
And you receive peace of mind knowing your Camper is well taken care of while you are away
Camp Bow Wow Rochester is Rochester's newest doggy daycare and boarding facility. We have been officially open since November 7th, 2008. We are locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Lee Wilson and Dana Slingerland (pictured left).
Camp is located in the rear of the building at 85 Mushroom Blvd., on the left just after Maidstone Coffee. We interview every dog to find his or her perfect play partners by size and temperment. We then have 3 spacious play areas with indoor and outdoor access all the time for your pup to run around and play in. Your dog will be socialized with other dogs for 9 hours of play each day (this is included if your dog is boarding as well)!
What you can expect when your dog comes to Day Camp:
- Even though water is always in the play yard, your dog will drink more after a hard day of play.
- Sometimes a dog will use muscles they haven’t used in a while, so they may show signs of soreness. This usually goes away within a day.
- Some dogs display a tenderness of their feet after a hard day of play. This should go away quickly.
- Depending on your dog’s play style, they may be in different campgrounds throughout the day. If you cannot find your dog on the camper cams, please call us so we can direct you to the correct campground camera.
- Many dogs who attend camp, will sleep for a full day or two, depending on their physical output during their time in camp. This is not unusual, and so long as your dog is still drinking plenty of water and eating, is not cause for alarm.
- If your dog shows any sign of sickness after attending camp, please call us immediately. There is no food allowed in the campground, nor is there any contact with cleaning agents. If your dog does become ill after attending camp, it might be a virus that can pass from dog to dog. Just as you would alert your child’s daycare, we need to know if we have had a “bug” going through camp so we can alert other guardians. Relax. Most “bugs” are not serious in nature provided your dog has a healthy immune system. When in doubt, call your Vet and discuss with them. The safety and health of your dog comes first!
The Benefits of Camp