How many dogs do you have? (Remember to upload photos of them later)
Lots and lots
How many cats do you have? (Remember to upload photos of them later)
Breed(s) / Type(s)
From Affenpinschers to Yorkshire Terriers
How have your pet(s) changed your life for the better?
Welcome to Camp Bow Wow, North America's Premier Doggy Day and Overnight Camp®! Our campers play all day in our indoor/outdoor play yards, and you can view them online anytime with our Camper CamsSM. Most importantly, our Certified Camp Counselors® are expertly trained in dog behavior, safety and health management and are there to ensure your pup has a great time!
What's the strangest/cutest habit your pet(s) have?
Our location in Park Fletcher, just minutes from Indianapolis International Airport, makes our Camp a convenient option for travelers heading out of town by air. Located just off I-465, we are also handy for those living or working on the west side, the south side or anyone who just happens to be passing by. Whether you need doggy day care or overnight care for your favorite canine, Camp Bow Wow is here to meet your needs.
Our Camp offers over 10,000 square feet of climate controlled fun. With four indoor and two outdoor play areas, your dog can play all day and snooze the night away. And whether you’re at work or half way around the world, you can be a part of the action just by checking out our live web cams!
At Camp Bow Wow, the dogs play all day in play groups that are based on age, size and activity level. Overnight Campers get private cabins with cozy cots for sleeping and dining. Our 24 hour monitoring system ensures your Camper is safe and secure at all times. And, to make Camp feel a little more like home, you’re invited to bring your Camper’s favorite food, treats, toys and bedding. Siblings from the same home can also share a cabin.
If a little personal care is needed, we offer bathing and nail trims, as well.
You can also check out all the latest happenings at Camp on our Facebook page. We're Camp Bow Wow Indy!
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