Camp Bow Wow is a dog daycare and boarding franchise houndquartered in Broomfield, Colorado. The company was founded in 2000 by Heidi Flammang and it currently operates over 109 locations in the United States and Canada. The company offers a variety of pet services including, day care, boarding, grooming, training and retail.
Camp Bow Wow also has other brands including Home Buddies by Camp Bow Wow and Behavior Buddies by Camp Bow Wow.
- Home Buddies by Camp Bow wow is an in home pet service provided by many Camp Bow Wow locations that will come to your home to care for your pets while you are away, this is not limited to dogs, but is includes any household pets, such as dogs, cats, fish, reptiles, hamsters, rabbits, birds, etc...
- Behavior Buddies by Camp Bow Wow is a behavior and dog training service that is offered by many Camp Bow Wow locations.
In January 2008, Camp Bow Wow was named the 88th Fastest Growing Franchise in Entrepreneur Magazine.
Camp Bow Wow has a page for anyone interested in the franchise here.
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