Camp Bow Wow franchise opening in Longmont

LONGMONT — Camp Bow Wow, a dog day-care and overnight boarding franchise, is opening a new location in Longmont.

The property, at 801 S. Sherman St., will house a 6,000 square-foot indoor facility. It will include four indoor and outdoor play yards, 88 cabins with cots for the dogs, a swimming pool, outdoor play equipment and a climate-controlled interior.

The Longmont location plans to open this spring, although an exact date has yet to be determined. It plans to have a grand opening event this summer.

In addition to the amenities, the location also will be staffed by CPR- and pet first aid-trained employees. Services include reward-based dog training and grooming services, with basic and deluxe options.

Play areas will be divided for large, small and teacup-sized dogs. There will also be a luxury suite option for pet owners who want a quieter space for their dog.

The facility will feature a 24-hour monitoring system.

Camp Bow Wow was founded by 2018 Boulder County Business Hall of Fame recipient Heidi Ganahl in Broomfield in 2000. The company has since become a $100 million juggernaut in the doggy day-care space.

LONGMONT — Camp Bow Wow, a dog day-care and overnight boarding franchise, is opening a new location in Longmont.

The property, at 801 S. Sherman St., will house a 6,000 square-foot indoor facility. It will include four indoor and outdoor play yards, 88 cabins with cots for the dogs, a swimming pool, outdoor play equipment and a climate-controlled interior.

The Longmont location plans to open this spring, although an exact date has yet to be determined. It plans to have a grand opening event this summer.

In addition to the amenities, the location also will be staffed by CPR- and pet first aid-trained employees. Services include reward-based dog training and grooming services, with basic and deluxe options.

Play areas will be divided for large, small and teacup-sized dogs. There will also be a luxury suite option for pet owners who want a quieter space for their dog.

The facility will feature a 24-hour monitoring system.

Camp Bow Wow was founded by 2018 Boulder County Business Hall of Fame recipient Heidi Ganahl in Broomfield in 2000. The company has since become a $100 million juggernaut in the doggy day-care space.