All the above is included in the daily rate. When comparing kennel rates, consider what your dog is actually getting, besides a bit of space. The activities above are primarily one-on-one. Providing individual time is expensive. Large kennels pay staff by the hour - how much time do you really think is given to each dog every day? The latest trend is supposed dog-dog interaction. Let the dogs interact with each other. This is fine, to an extent, but it is human attention and interaction most dogs crave most, not sofas and TVs. Dog-dog play is cheaper to provide, especially when it is done in large groups with only one person supervising. At Camp Woof our dog-dog play is in 2s or 3s and is never used as a cheap substitute for human attention. And yet, our rates are comparable or even lower than ordinary kennels especially when you consider we do not charge $2 here and $3 there for extras that shouldn’t be extra..
We are sure your dog will love the program at Camp Woof and that you will have peace of mind in leaving him here. Explore the rest of the site and give us a call with any questions, to arrange a visit or to make your reservation.
Now! Relationship Training - Beyond the activity-based boarding program, Camp Woof now offers a new program called “Relationship Training.” This is not a multi-dog class but rather a highly individualized approach to assessing the dynamics of the relationship between the dog and other family members and getting to the root of problems you may be having. Click here for more info.