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Camp Bow Wow Fort Ben Dog Boarding and Dog Daycare

Name:  Camp Bow Wow Fort Ben Dog Boarding and Dog Daycare
Address:  10830 Pendleton Pike
 Indianapolis, IN 46236
Phone:  (317) 709-1956
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Premier doggy daycare and overnight boarding facility where the dogs socialize and play all day long. Watch your dog play on the web cameras at http://www.campbowwow.com/lawrence Through our Home Buddies and Behavior Buddies programs, we also offer Lawrence dog walking, pet sitting, dog training, in-home pet boarding and more!

Review by Chinki on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 12:29:43 PM
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I'm a SAHM but would never judge you for needing dayrace and if I did need dayrace I would definitely go the home dayrace route. My sister is due at the end of February and will be going back to work after 6 weeks. She paid $100 for a year membership to care.com and found a great lady in her area that is a SAHM with 2 kids (1 in school, 1 at home) that is looking to make some extra $. Obviously they will need to try things out once the baby is actually here but so far, so good. http://qligagdbw.com [url=http://kwiyxwmbm.com]kwiyxwmbm[/url] [link=http://tjncsvena.com]tjncsvena[/link]
Review by Meifta on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 6:12:33 AM
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Review by Jhoa on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:59:50 AM
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We send lunch and they do snacks after age 1 so it has been ok. A liilte heavy on the carbs, lots of crackers, muffins etc but also fruit and dairy. In your situation you may want to ask if other famillies also send food or if LO would be the only one.. there is a kid in LOs class who cant have dairy and he always fusses when everyone else has cheesesticks or yogurt and he has whatvever his family sent instead. He is only like 16 moonths.It wouldnt be a dealbraker rght off btut it wouldnt definitely be a factor. I hope you find a better fit! http://awrjcmqmxm.com [url=http://rmtifrflm.com]rmtifrflm[/url] [link=http://bzukaopdl.com]bzukaopdl[/link]
Review by Yunus on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 8:29:45 PM
Rating: 0
It seems strange that a dyacare would be like that - I'm curious if this means that all the kids that start in dyacare transition from room to room based on their "class" as opposed to by developmental milestones? Have you looked into that at all? It seems more schoolish than you might want for a dyacare, but I don't really know. Plus all the time that they are closed seems like a pain, especially if both you and your husband will be working. Our dyacare is only closed 10-12 days of the year (holidays and the like) AND they allow you to take a week's "vacation" where you basically can take a week off from dyacare and not pay the tuition for that week!



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