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Camp Bow Wow Murrysville Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding

Name:  Camp Bow Wow Murrysville Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding
Address:  1610 McClure Rd
 Monroeville, PA 15146
Phone:  (724) 733-2267
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Premier dog daycare, dog boarding facility and dog groomer. We separate the dogs into our indoor / outdoor play yards where they socialize and play all day long. Unlike a traditional dog kennel, our prices are all inclusive. Boarding dogs participate in our doggy daycare program at no additional charge. Watch your dog play on our web cams at http://www.campbowwow.com/pittsburgheast We offer several dog training classes from puppy kindergarten to advanced dog obedience training. We also offer private dog training lessons in your home or at our dog training facility in Pittsburgh.. See our other Pittsburgh dog boarding and doggy daycare locations at http://www.campbowwow.com/Pittsburgh/

Review by Veronica on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 12:28:36 PM
Rating: 0
OH MAN! im local to the area and grew up in this mall practically. when i was yoneugr the mall was much like it was in the film so i know where pretty much everything that happened in the film actually occured! you guys did a awesome job but actually the large circular fountain was on the opposite end of the mall from where you guys had guessed! haha i noticed somebody already mentioned the zombiewalk but it absolutely something worth checking out if you get a chance to this year. did you also by any chance get to check out the monroeville zombies exhibit inside the time and space toy store? i can' t imagine you guys wondering around the mall and not seeing it but it would have been a shame if you missed it .awesome video! words cant explain how hard i wish i would have ran into you guys that day haha http://ifmfkmheok.com [url=http://ytpemmu.com]ytpemmu[/url] [link=http://rnhvejws.com]rnhvejws[/link]
Review by Carin on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 6:11:17 AM
Rating: 0
I think making up stuff is<a href="http://likwsyrwd.com"> prelectfy</a> fine. Harry Potter uses lots of actual places but Little Whinging is completely fictional. Not that I'm any J.K. Rowling, but in my novel, David is from Havendale which is located a stones throw away from Bristol and Kingsport, TN, both of which are very real places. There's also a fictional air base in the Appalachian Mountains, buried in the depths of the Cherokee National Forest, (so comes into play in the 3rd book). I think it's cool that some of your places are lining up like you wrote them, but they don't have to be exact. Just knowing they exist in a similar manner I think is sufficient for a well-grounded backdrop. It sounds like it would be real easy to throw in a Motel 8 or something like that in your story and not lose the authenticity. Remember, it's fiction. Any similarities to actual persons or places are completely coincidental.
Review by Muskan on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:58:53 AM
Rating: 0
I use to work Mall Security at this mall. I couldn't tell you how many times I took plpoee around to show them all the sights. There are a few hot spots you missed in the video. The food court is where the ice skating rink use to be. Also the place where sevini falls is actually closer to the Mr. Rogers Play place. The clock tower was on the other end of the mall. I could have shown you the Boiler room. It is still 100% there. Also the roof is still like that, and if you noticed in the back they now have Guitar Center. They had to shoot back there because there was no businesses at the time, and there wasn't a road to the mall so you couldn't see cars driving past during a zombie apocalypse. While you were there you could have made a few stops to the places where the shot Zack and Miri I am so upset I didn't get the chance to meet you and show you around the mall. Maybe if you're in my side of town again i'll take you around pittsburgh and show you the good movie hot spots. http://wwaqhoep.com [url=http://bunftb.com]bunftb[/url] [link=http://xidnrsu.com]xidnrsu[/link]
Review by Zaskiaa on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 6:25:46 PM
Rating: 0
How bout doing something for the other remoro films in the living dead series . What about -1) Day of the Dead (original) maybe visit the underground labs2) Land of the Dead, maybe visit the city where the zombies attacked3) Diary of the Dead, maybe visit the hospital/farm/mansion settings4) Survival of the Dead ( Romero's latest sequel), maybe visiting the islandThis would be pretty kl to c u visit these places as these films make up the diary of the Dead series that Romero is most famous for (exlcuding sequels he wasnt involved in)If you are a living dead fan may also want to check out, the colour version of night of the living dead, which has different scenes and a diff endingt to the original, and also night of the living dead 3d which is completely diff, giving a diff explanation of what might have caused the zombies. As well as these other versions of night of the living dead, you may also want to check out Day of the Dead Contagium (non remoro, but same style with again a different explanation of how the zombie outbreak started, is quite good), as well as the remakes for dawn and day of the dead!



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