A new place to care for your furry friends is coming soon. Pet care franchise, Camp Bow Wow, is bringing their paw-some services to Hoover, marking their third Alabama location. Read on for the tail-wagging details.
Treat your pup
With over 200 locations across North America, Camp Bow Wow knows a thing or two about how to take care of your four-legged friends. Camp Bow Wow offers several different services as your one-stop-shop for pet care, including:
With a dedicated team of animal lovers, you know your pup is in good hands, whichever service you’re looking for. From large, climate-controlled play yards to live webcams so you can monitor your pup’s stay, Camp Bow Wow has thought of everything to make your pet’s experience—and yours—a paws-itively perfect one.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Camp Bow Wow.
Coming soon to Hoover
Providing a safe and happy place for your pet to stay is Camp Bow Wow’s top priority. The best part? You can treat your wallet and your furry friend with Camp’s all-inclusive pricing. They won’t try to nickel and dime you with hidden fees.
Plus, here are some of the extra steps Camp Bow Wow takes to ensure a good time for all:
- All Certified Camp Counselors are extensively trained in dog behavior, pet first aid and CPR.
- Each Camper is required to pass a socialization interview, be spayed or neutered and have current vaccinations.
- They feature live webcams so you can check in on your dog from anywhere using a computer or mobile device.
- Facilities are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Camp Bow Wow’s Hoover location is set to open later this year at 2153 Clearbrook Road.
While we wait for Camp Bow Wow’s grand opening, there are plenty of places around Birmingham to take special care of your best friend. Here are some to know:
- Birmingham Animal Hospital + Resort is ready to love on your pets
- Discover Humphrey’s, Birmingham’s new luxury dog resort
- 7 dog parks in Birmingham you should take your furry friends to soon
- Birmingham named best city in Alabama to visit with your dog