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Camp Bow Wow Hillsborough Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding

Name:  Camp Bow Wow Hillsborough Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding
Address:  10 Chimney Rock Road
 Bound Brook, NJ 08805
  
Phone:  (732) 805-0888
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Offering Hillsborough dog boarding and dog day care. We separate the dogs into our indoor / outdoor play yards based on their size, temperament and play style where they socialize and play with other dogs. We keep a high staff to dog ratio and our camp counselors are certified in dog behavior and pet first aid. Boarding dogs participate in our dog daycare program at no additional charge and are only in their spacious cabins for meals and bedtime. Watch your dog play on our camper cams at http://www.campbowwow.com/bridgewater Stop by anytime for a tour, we’re sure you’ll love what you see!

Review by Marie on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 12:28:25 PM
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So sorry to hear how hard it is. I can only imagine. As tehcreas we both understand the other side of it but my heart would always hurt watching parents have to walk away from their upset child. Sure enough, after some time the child wold get engaged and be happy as can be. It is true though the longer the parent would drag out the process the harder it seemed for the child to recover, so I acknowledge you for following through even though it is hard. Sending big hugs to you! I would often have parents call me about 30 minutes later just to check in and it seemed to bring them comfort to know their child had adjusted into their day. I know when I was teaching the little ones 2-4 years there were two stories the kids loved and knew by heart which really brought them comfort. The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn and Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. We would change the story line a bit to fit the situation if need be, you could say the name of the day care instead of school as it is in the book. We would have the parents read it at home and then we would also read it during school as the transition activity from saying goodbye into starting the day, to remind them that parents always come back. I would also suggest to parents to have an item they can exchange with the child at drop off. For example, Mom might have a necklace, or t-shirt or such she lets the child wear or have for the day and the child gives the parent a favorite toy that the parent can take care of for the day. Seemed easiest if it was the same thing each day. They then have a piece of you to cling to if need be and they look forward to the exchange later at pick up. Just some ideas I thought might help from days teaching pre-school. : )Sending lots of love to your beautiful family and this transition. Wishing you all the best! http://jtrwrkb.com [url=http://fysjhmkygfm.com]fysjhmkygfm[/url] [link=http://gsnlcnmuun.com]gsnlcnmuun[/link]
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