Bark To School Pictures

Springfield Bark To School

Join us for picture day on Tuesday, September 5th!

With your $10 donation to the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, you can get a professionally taken AND printed photo of your Camper!

Lisa will be donating her time from 8 AM – 1 PM so be sure to drop your Camper off for Day Camp or boarding during that time frame.

Let’s not forget to give five tail wags and a HUGE thank you to Lisa and Black River Imaging for donating their time and prints!

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Customer Appreciation Tailgate Paw-ty!

American Football Dog

Who: You & Your Leashed Camper

When: Thursday, September 14th

Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Join us for an evening of mingling with our Pack as we celebrate the home opener of the MSU Bears!

Enjoy light food and refreshments as you get to know some of your fellow Camper friends, some adoptable pups from Rescue One, and a local vet.

Don’t forget to RSVP on our Facebook page, and of course wear your favorite Bear Wear!

Go Bears!

Day Camp Membership Has Its Perks

Huge smile on the face of a sweet Nova Scotia Dog Tolling Retriever puppy dog.Does your dog have a lot of energy Do you work long hours and feel guilty leaving your pup at home all day?  Does your dog beg you to come to Camp regularly? Membership is the way to go! For $260 a month, you can bring your dog UNLIMITED Monday through Friday for the entire month! Basically, if you come at least ten times per month, you get your money’s worth. Keep in mind, it cannot be pro-rated, so be sure to start on the 1st of the month!

For $260 a month, you can bring your dog to UNLIMITED Monday through Friday Day Camp hours for the entire month! Basically, if you come at least ten times per month, you get your money’s worth. Keep in mind, it cannot be pro-rated so be sure to start on the 1st of the month!

Not only is it a great way to save money but it also means a month full of play for your dog! Day Camp Members also have complimentary Extended Check Out. Ask us about how to get your pup set up!

Meet Addie, Our August Camper Of The Month!

Springfield August 2017 COMAddie stole our hearts on her Interview day back in January 2017.  She is an eleven-month old Pembroke Welsh Corgi. We’re not quite sure how she has so much spunk and personality in that tiny body but we aren’t complaining!

Addie has her paw-ortites straight at Camp. There is not a lot of time for socialization in the Front Yard because she knows she always has a play yard full of friends waiting for her in the back!

Addie is as sweet as can be and we love when she visits for Day Camp. We are excited to wrap-up summer with Miss Addie as our August Camper of the Month!

Camp Counselors’ Favorite Foods

Dog Eating A The Table With Food BowlWe spend a lot of time feeding the pups here at Camp. Every time they get excited to eat, we can’t help but think about how much we love our favorite foods! Here are some of our Camp Counselors’ favorites:

  • Ruby – Texas Roadhouse Rolls
  • Chelsea W. – Tacos
  • Jordan – Sushi
  • Alex – Snickerdoodle Cookies
  • Carsen – Pizza
  • Addie – Potatoes
  • Channing – Ice Cream
  • Claire – Guacamole
  • Jacob – Gummy Worms
  • Chelsey S. – Cashew Chicken

What is your favorite food?!

Play Yards At Camp

three dogs in front of white backgroundSome of the most common questions clients ask us here at Camp revolve around who their dog will be playing with while they are in the play yards. The answer to these questions are pretty simple – your dog will be playing with dogs similar in size and temperament to themselves!

We have multiple play yards divided first by breed and size and then distributed out by temperament accordingly. The Camp Counselors in each yard are monitoring the play yards at all times and communicating frequently with each other so they can move Campers around based upon their energy levels.

Don’t be surprised if your Camper switches between play yards throughout their stay or each time they come to Camp. It is totally normal and it means they get to make even more friends in the different yards!