We are extremely excited to tell everyone about our new Prima Bathing System. Whether you schedule your Camper for a Basic Bath or Hydro Bath, your pup will be getting a top-notch cleanse!
During the bath, oxygen is mixed under pressure with the shampoo and water solution so that when it is released into the coat, it is fully activated for cleansing. The air-injected, low-volume, high-pressure applicator enhances the ability of the shampoo to cut through the oil and dirt clinging to the pet’s coat and skin, for a cleansing you simply cannot get with other methods.
We can get your pup cleaned up after a day of Day Camp, a night of boarding, or a walk-in! Just give us a call to schedule a session today. Our phone number is 417-882-9247!
We’re sure you can guess how excited we are… summer is finally here and our pup pools are out and ready for play!
Whether it be for Day Camp or boarding, your dogs will be soaking up the sun and lounging by the pool! The water is cool, so it helps keep your Campers from getting too hot. Bring your pups in for a fun-filled day at Camp!
We all know holidays sneak up on us, so here is a friendly reminder to make your 4th of July reservations!
We will be open that day for boarding drop off and pick up only from 7 AM – 11 AM and 4 PM – 7 PM. We will be open regular hours the days before and after the 4th!
Make your reservation next time you stop by Camp or give us a call at 417-882-9247!
Murphy is a handsome five-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who has been coming to Camp since October of 2017!
Murphy comes trotting in Camp every morning and is all business – ready to play! He gets impatient with us humans because his Camp Counselors spend too much time socializing with his mom. He knows we are cutting into valuable play time!
After spending all day romping around with his friends, Murphy is exhausted by the time his mom picks him up. He happily wiggles his adorable Corgi butt straight to the car for a quick nap on the car ride home!
We love Murphy’s spunky personality!
Summer is FINALLY here and if you’re like us, we are always looking for things to do with our dogs! Here are our top five ways to spend some quality time with our favorite four-legged friends this season:
- Visit local parks -Trails, dog parks, state parks – you get the point. Even if it means you have to drive a little out of the way, pack up the pup and get outside!
- Mark your calendar for fun dog events – Be on the lookout for events that either revolve around dogs or welcome dogs. It may only take an hour or two, but it will be for a good cause!
- Get your own pup pool – Wal-Mart sells kiddie pools that are about ankle deep. Simply fill it up and let your dog play! It is a great way for them to cool off after (or during) a game of fetch, or whenever it is just plain hot outside.
- Treat your dog to a pup cone – Ice cream always tastes better during summer. Whenever you stop to get yourself a sweet treat, grab your pup one too! A little vanilla ice cream never hurt anybody!
- Bring them to Camp – If you have errands to run and you don’t want to leave your fur-iend behind, drop them off for a day of Day Camp! We guarantee they won’t be mad at you for spoiling them with a fun day of play every now and then.
Summer is a popular time for vacations! We are busy taking care of your furry family members while you are taking your fun trips, but we are also dreaming of taking vacations of our own! Here’s where we would go if we could pack our bags and take a trip tomorrow:
Chelsea W.: Mediterranean Coast of Italy
Chelsey M.: Ireland
Emerson: Bora Bora
Jessica: The Bahamas
Addie: The Beaches of North Carolina
Kit: New Zealand
Dustin: The Mountains of Indonesia
Bella: New Zealand
Who knows, maybe we will run into you in one of these places someday!
It’s summertime, which means it’s the perfect season for outdoor activities with your pup! Fleas and ticks thrive in the warm weather and make more unwanted appearances on your furry friends. Here are a few tips to prevent fleas and ticks from hitching a ride on your pet and into your home!
- First things first, ask your vet about the best preventative medication for your fur baby!
- Take time to check over ALL of your family members – humans and cats, too!
- Watch for signs and symptoms of flea and tick infestation:
- Keep in mind, all dogs react to flea and tick bites differently. Don’t hesitate to contact your vet!
- Lastly, stay on top of cleaning your house (vacuums are our friends!) and your dog’s hygiene.
Be on the lookout and your dog will be feeling it’s best without the pests this summer!