Camp Bow Wow

Camp Bow Wow provides the following services:  Day Care, Boarding, Grooming, Training, In-house Pet Sitting, Shuttle Service for pick-up & deliveries, Pet Taxi for other than dogs and Airport Shuttle.  Our hours of operation are: Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday:  6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday: 7 to 10 a.m. and 4  to 7 p.m.; Holidays:  7 to 10 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Our address is 16725 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Ariz. 85739, and our phone number is (520) 742-6476

Reminder: Before dogs can become campers they must pass a complimentary interview, be spayed or neutered and have the following vaccinations: Bordetella, Rabies and Distemper/Parvo. 

Camp Bow Wow offers peace of mind for pet owners. Their safe and clean environment, along with supervised play times by Certified Camp Counselors ensures your pets will be safe and comfortable when they are away from their homes.  The staff is truly dedicated to the care, safety and well being of your dog.  There are two Veterinary Technicians on-site, who are also Certified Camp Counselors. Your dog(s) are treated as if they were the staff’s own dogs.

Camp Bow Wow Tucson offers exemplary care to “special needs” dogs, such as, senior dogs, blind or deaf dogs and dogs with mobility issues, please call for more information.

Below you will find some additional information:

Beds: your dogs, do not sleep directly on the concrete floor unless they want to, we provide them a raised bed and blanket.  You can bring your own bed and blanket; just remind us to return it to you upon checkout.

Food: you can bring your own food and treats, we do not charge extra if you bring your own food or you can use the “house” food which is Pedigree Complete Nutritional Adult Formula I have it dry or wet

Rates:  Overnight Boarding is $28 per night per dog and Day Care is $25 per day per dog.  We offer discounted rates for seniors, active military, multiple dogs and extended stays after 10 days. We do have private non-metal cabins for Overnight Boarding and they are $55 per night per dog.

Food/Water Bowls:  we provide food and water bowls please do not bring your own bowls.

Medications: we do not charge to administer medications; please bring all medications in their original container if possible

Toys/Treats:  Overnight Boarders can have toys and treats brought to camp with them and we place them in their cabins.  Daycare Dogs should not have toys or treats brought to camp.

Overnight Care:  We do not have a person that spends the night with the dogs, but we do have monitored security, fire, and temperature control alarms in all of our locations. Studies show that the dogs sleep better at night without a human present. In our environment, where the dogs are active all day, getting a good night's rest is important. Also be aware that in traditional kennels that do have a human on site, that person is not interacting with the dogs and the dogs are not let out to use the bathroom. In kennels with indoor / outdoor dog runs, the outdoor section is closed off at night for security purposes. If your dog requires overnight monitoring, the best options to look at our in-home pet care called Home Buddies or medical boarding (provided by most veterinary hospitals). 

Frequently Asked Questions: If you should have additional questions that I did not answer please check out this web site: or call us at (520) 742-6476.

Get to know us:  Get to know us better by stopping by any time for a tour of the facility and to meet our staff.  See the Feb. 27 edition of The Explorer for a get-to-know us coupon for new grooming clients only.

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