Questions and Answers about Camp Bow Wow

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Camp Bow Wow.

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How did you feel about telling people you worked at Camp Bow Wow?

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I was proud of it, until management started treating me poorly, then I wasn't very proud.

Answered - Lead (Former Employee) - Peoria, AZ

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I got along with four of my co-workers but the rest was cordial but we didn't like each other

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Troy, MI

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Not something I would brag about.

Answered - Camp Counselor/Front Desk (Former Employee) - Saint Clair Shores, MI

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I am honored.

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Burnsville, MN

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I was always nervous. If someone hadn't been the place they thought it was cool, for those who had been and smelled the urine smell and the noise, I was always embarrassed.

Answered - Front Lead/Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Oak Park, IL

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Good! It suited me well

Answered - Front Desk/ Shift Lead/ camp counselor (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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I didn't mind telling others I worked for Camp Bow Wow.

Answered - Doggy Daycare Attendant (Former Employee) - Westminster, CO

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Embarrassed. Depending on who you work with, you can either have the best time, or the worst time. It can be very stressful working with a menagerie of dogs. All in all, the job is not worth $7.50 an hour

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Cary, NC

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Good it was not a bad job i dident like putting a lot of dogs in one yard

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN

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