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This specific breeder has received mostly positive reviews from customers. Customers appreciate the owner, Stephanie, for her love and care towards dogs.
They mention that their dogs were well-fed, walked, played with, and loved during their stay. The facility is described as clean and well-maintained, and the staff is praised for their professionalism and helpfulness.
Customers trust this breeder 100% with the care of their dogs. However, there is one negative review that highlights a lapse in verifying vaccination records, resulting in a dog contracting kennel cough.
Another negative review mentions that a puppy bought from this breeder had ongoing medical problems, leading to significant veterinary expenses. Customers looking to buy a puppy from this breeder may find the positive reviews and overall trust in their care to be especially useful.
Camp Canine Kennel Reviews
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This kennel is AMAZING! I’ve been dropping my babies off here every time I go away, for the past three years. The business is run out of the owners house but still has a very professional atmosphere to it. The staff is extremely helpful and kind. I wouldn’t recommend anywhere else for your precious cherub. These people treat your dogs as if they were their own. If there was a six star option I would choose that 🙂
Martin Schmidt Jr
We have been dealing with Camp k-9 Kennel for over ten years. We have be pleased with the professionalism, care and compassion. This is a very clean and well maintained faculty. We trust them 100% with the care and support they give. Check it out on your own and you will find out for yourselves. Thank you Stephaine you place rocks.
We put our dog here for the first time for a week. I was very worried about leaving my dog for the first time. But after meeting Stephanie, the owner, I wasnt worried any more. You can tell this is not a job for her. She loves dogs!! She asked all about my dog, what she likes and doesn’t. When I picked my dog up, she told me things about my dog that only a person who spends time with her would know. I know she was fed and walked, but I also know she was played with and loved. I know my dog was happy to see me after a week, but I could tell she really liked Stephanie too.
If there was something less than one star, that would be my choice. Naturally, I realize that boarding my dog comes with risks. The first time I chose Camp Canine, I was told to bring my yellow lab Tanks vaccination records with me to verify that he had been given the ‘kennel cough’ vaccine. When I arrived a gentleman quickly looked over the papers without actually verifying this information, I thought nothing of it. Until I boarded Tank for the second time. When I returned to pick Tank up, the woman on duty informed me in a nonchalant way that a dog with kennel cough had come in and spread it through the kennel so if Tank has it, I should “take him to the vet” like it was no big deal. I am not sure about anyone else, but a visit to the vet can become quite pricey, quite quickly and not everyone can just handle a visit to the vet because the kennel where he was staying did not bother to verify this dogs vaccination record or current health for that matter. Fast forward two days later, Tank went to the vet this morning and does in fact have kennel cough. $475 later, I have arrived home with all of the medications he is required to take for the next few weeks to get better. Not to mention, Tank was supposed to be boarded in three weeks, now he has kennel cough, and I am not sure what I am supposed to do with him now all thank you to the neglectful actions of the Camp Canine kennel. Beyond disgusted and unhappy with their services.
This is a breeder and a kennel. Breeding wise I give her zero stars. I bought a puppy from her a year ago. The puppy has had medical problems since the day I brought her home. I contacted the breeder many times to let her know what is going on. I now have a 1 year old dog that is in stage 2 kidney disease. I have spent over $2,000 in veterinary bills and I will continue to spend more to try to keep my 1 YEAR OLD DOG from dying young.