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Businiess name:  Puppy Camp-Doggie Day Care
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I would NOT recommend this place, either. In fact, I would say RUN THE OTHER WAY! My two dogs have been attending regularly for about the past year. Earlier this year, my submissive, male dog was bitten while under their care. When inquiring what happened, they told me they did not know; no one saw it. He needed stitches to close the wound. Today I received a call from them saying I needed to leave work to come pick up my other dog and take her to the vet because "they did not have enough people to take her". Upon my arrival, my dog, who is also a very laidback, submissive girl, was obviously in pain and had an open wound on her side. When I asked what happened, I was told "another dog's nail got know that Weimaraner skin *haha*!" The wound most definitely resembles a bite mark. Obviously, they do not keep a close eye on the dogs in their care. Additionally, they seem to accept any dog regardless of any behavioral issues or not. No consideration of each dog's personality is taken into place when grouping them or even monitoring them for that matter. Cons: lack of professionalism, staff, direct care, oversight, and ability to help dogs who've been injured onsite.

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