Brought my Corgi here for her ""interview"" and free day of camp and am going to board her here for Christmas. I was very impressed.
Before your dog can be a ""camper,"" the staff brings them back and tests their temperament and how well they get along with other dogs. That makes me feel comfortable about the other dogs that she will be playing with. Then while I was finishing up the paperwork, they put the camera feed up on a TV screen so I could watch her, which was very reassuring.
I was very impressed by the facility tour. It was very clean and well-kept. They have a lot of dogs but are very organized. They put my dog in with other dogs of her size, which was perfect. They also have a ""tea cup"" room for the teeny dogs which is too cute!
They seem to know a lot about dog behavior and health. Dogs have to wait an hour after eating to play to prevent bloat. They get ""nap time"" mid-day so they don't get overextended. There is even a ""time out"" area for dogs that are getting out of hand.
I loved watching my dog on the camera when I was at work. It was fun to see her run around! She is older and I was worried about her over-exerting herself, but she eventually just plopped herself at the counselor's feet. I saw her get a nice tummy rub too!
The prices are a little higher than I'd like to pay, but you're definitely getting a high-quality facility.