Fire Department Helps Lost Dogs Get Home

By: Justin Klein
| Published 10/03/2019

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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Break out the doggy treats! Camp Bow Wow® Near The Woodlands® Area, Premier Doggy Day and Overnight Camp®, has made a donation of a Home Again® Pet Microchip scanner to the South Montgomery County Fire Department, Montgomery Co. ESD #8, located at 27900 Robinson Rd, Conroe, Texas, 77385.

“A microchip scanner will be a great asset for the public to be able to use 24 hours a day, especially during the weekends and holidays when a lot of pets are found,” said Clinton Cooke, Assistant Chief of South Montgomery County Fire Department.

Chelle Stevens, Camp Bow Wow Director, agreed, “During our eight years in business, the number of lost pets in our area has greatly increased,” she said. “Some pups have even been found with our custom Camp Bow Wow name tag, so we were able to reunite families quickly. Other lost dogs brought to us by concerned strangers we redirected to animal clinics to be scanned for a microchip. Unfortunately, most animal clinics and veterinarian offices in the area aren’t always open when needed. Our solution to the problem… donate a microchip scanner to the local fire department as it is manned 24/7 and conveniently located within the community.”

Camp Bow Wow® Near The Woodlands® Area has provided the people and pups of The Woodlands and surrounding communities with top quality pet care and the opportunity to participate in a variety of local doggie events.

“To build a strong community you must be willing to do your part in the community,” said Kristl Franklin, owner of Camp Bow Wow. “The word has spread about how much fun our furry campers have each day. Campers love the indoor and outdoor play areas, the pup pools and the attention they get from Camp Counselors who are certified in pet first aid and CPR. Even more, they dig the chance to hang out with their puppy pals and just be dogs.

Pet parents also appreciate the service and safety of Camp. Whether they’re away for the day or an extended time, pet parents are secure in the knowledge that their furry family members are staying someplace where everyone knows their name.”

For additional information about Camp Bow Wow, In-Home Pet sitting, Dog Training or Grooming, please visit: www.campbowwow.com/ntwa and see cute puppy faces on their Facebook page.

For all inquiries, please contact:
Justin Klein, Camp Bow Wow Marketing Mutt
ntwa.scout@campbowwow.com
832-482-2299

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