Camp Bow Wow Announces First Spay-getti, No Balls Yappy Hour! Nation’s Largest Pet Care Franchise Invites Pet lovers to Attend Benefit to help control the Pet Population

Did you know that altering increases your dog’s life by an average of 1-3 years and your cat’s life by 3-5 years? Even more reason to spay and neuter!

Camp Bow Wow®, the nation’s largest pet care franchise and an Inc 5000 company, in conjunction with its premier in-home pet care and dog training components, Home Buddies and Behavior Buddies, is hosting a social, with an Italian theme, to benefit Texas Litter Control (TLC).

Texas Litter Control is a high quality, low cost spay/neuter/wellness clinic and adoption center for companion animals. Their mission is to eliminate the suffering of companion pets by preventing unwanted litters of animals entering into shelters in Harris, Montgomery and surrounding counties in Texas. They are a nonprofit, founded in 2012, and are located at 150 Pruitt Road Suite H, Spring, Tx.

As part of national February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, Camp Bow Wow’s “Yappy Hour” event will held at 4 pm- 7pm Tuesday February 25, 2014, at the Camp facility located, less than a mile from I45, at 27616 Commerce Oaks Dr., Oak Ridge North, Tx., behind Woodlands Elite Cheer. All proceeds will go in the support of Texas Litter Control.

During the 3 hour “Yappy Hour” pet owners and visitors will enjoy various Italian foods and beverages. Free tours of the Camp are available, with door prizes and other sWAG. Raffles Prizes will be awarded, including a cedar log cat or dog house, with a lounging, viewing, porch on top. Other prizes: a round of golf at La Torretta Del Lago, a $50 gift certificate at Main Event, and other great prizes.

Over 250,000 pets enter into Houston and surrounding area animal shelters each year, including the puppies and kittens of purebred animals. More than half of these pets become homeless and are put to sleep or end up suffering on the streets.

You can help by buying raffle tickets, either in advance or at the “Yappy Hour” event, at Camp Bow Wow. By going to our website , you may also vote for Texas Litter Control to be the recipient of $500 from the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, Camp Bow Wow’s non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives and health of pets everywhere.

For all media inquiries, please contact: Tim Franklin, Marketing Mutt (Director)

For additional information about Camp Bow Wow, Home Buddies, Behavior Buddies, or the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, please visit:, and friend us on Facebook, by clicking on the Facebook link on our website.

About Camp Bow Wow:

In just 12 years, Camp Bow Wow, the premier pet care franchise, has grown to include over 150 locations across North America, becoming a $65 million business. The company was recently ranked 214 out of 500 in Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list in 2013 and for the fifth year in a row named to the INC magazine 5000 list of America’s fastest growing private companies. The Camp concept provides the highest levels of fun, safety and service for its campers, and peace of mind for their parents. Dogs romp together in an open-play environment and pricing is all-inclusive.  Since the Broomfield, Colorado-based Company started franchising in 2003, Camp Bow Wow has sold more than 200 franchises in 40 states, plus one in Canada, over 41% being women-owned. As Camp Bow Wow grows, our simple philosophy remains the same: It’s all about the pets.

The Camp Bow Wow brand family also includes:

· Home Buddies by Camp Bow Wow – premier in-home pet care

· Behavior Buddies – premier dog training

· The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation – a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives and health of dogs everywhere, through foster programs, spay and neuter efforts, disaster assistance, canine cancer research, animal welfare education, therapy dog teams and shelter improvements.

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  1. LocalDrifter

    Haven’t thought about this in years but Camp Bow Wow was the name we gave the camp the other side of the lake we’d canoe to (always during a new moon when night is at its darkest and gravitation pull is at its least) where the ugly girls bivouacked.

    That was then. This is now. Today I’d be looking at that real estate through a set of different eyes and planning an updated mission to raid and pillage Camp Hubba Hubba.

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