Camp Four Paws

★★★★☆
Once you see and experience this wonderful place, you'll never take your dog anywhere else. We would love to meet you and your sweet dog! ♥
  • 4460 Morgan Territory Rd

    Clayton, CA 94517

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  • 925-672-9255

About Camp Four Paws

Hours
Mon-Fri 7:30 am -8 pm (closed 1-3) Sat 9-8 Sun 2-8 Dogs must be dropped off by 7 pm Dogs may be picked up until 8 pm
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Camp Four Paws is a wonderful, safe, and beautiful place to leave your dog. They go out of their way to make sure their charges are given individual and loving attention. The staff talk to the dogs, calling them by name. They pet them, cuddle them, play with them and do everything (and sometimes more) that a loving pet owner would do. When I leave Max here I know he'll be cared for by folks who are well-trained and who pay attention to detail--medication schedules, feeding requirements, etc. I know of a few instances where owners sent their post-op dogs to Troy because they knew she could provide better care than they could themselves! This place is a treasure.

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★★★★★

Camp Four Paws is a wonderful, safe, and beautiful place to leave your dog. They go out of their way to make sure their charges are given individual and loving attention. The staff talk to the dogs, calling them by name. They pet them, cuddle them, play with them and do everything (and sometimes more) that a loving pet owner would do. When I leave Max here I know he'll be cared for by folks who are well-trained and who pay attention to detail--medication schedules, feeding requirements, etc. I know of a few instances where owners sent their post-op dogs to Troy because they knew she could provide better care than they could themselves! This place is a treasure.

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Camp Four Paws is a man's, woman's, and dog's best friend. Max, and Yeti before him, always seems to find a best pal to run around with on every visit. Troy and her crackerjack crew keep a sharp and loving eye on their charges and are

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Camp Four Paws is a man's, woman's, and dog's best friend. Max, and Yeti before him, always seems to find a best pal to run around with on every visit. Troy and her crackerjack crew keep a sharp and loving eye on their charges and are

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kudos to the staff of CFP for takingsuch care of my newfie \nbeau. The instructions were clear and concise, you can telll\nthey love what they are doing and do it well.

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kudos to the staff of CFP for takingsuch care of my newfie \nbeau. The instructions were clear and concise, you can telll\nthey love what they are doing and do it well.

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Beautiful area, rediculous prices. You better make sure you get a quote in writing before you board your dog there. We went in expecting to pay $200 and we're charged over $300 for 4 nights of boarding! I tried to reason with the manager who got really hostile. I told her I was going to write a negative review and complain to the BBB. She told me to go ahead! She said this wasn't their first complaint and it wouldn't be their last! I couldn't believe it!\n\nThey also proceeded to tell me that my dog started getting aggressive toward the little yippie dogs toward the end of his 3 day stay and that we would be charged $55 because he would have to go into a special training status. First of all I was told that they keep little and big dogs separate, secondly I thought that it was odd that Dexter started getting aggressive seeing as how he is a well socialized dog and we have never had a problem with this. Then I come to find out if two dogs are play-wrestling that they pull them off of each other after 30 seconds. THAT'S HOW DOGS PLAY!\n\nThese people are super knowledgeable when it comes to dogs, but it seems to me they don't really LOVE and understand dogs.... this place should be called doggy boot camp. \n\nSince camp four paws we have taken Dexter to other boarding facilities and have been told that he is sweet and playful. Not once have we had another incidence where we have been told our dog became aggressive.... hmm... It is my belief that Camp Four Paws creates a stressful environment for animals.\n\nPS- It's not 54 acres... it's 1 acre.\n\nAnd I have been permanently banned from commenting on their guest page because I don't have a stellar review to write!

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Beautiful area, rediculous prices. You better make sure you get a quote in writing before you board your dog there. We went in expecting to pay $200 and we're charged over $300 for 4 nights of boarding! I tried to reason with the manager who got really hostile. I told her I was going to write a negative review and complain to the BBB. She told me to go ahead! She said this wasn't their first complaint and it wouldn't be their last! I couldn't believe it!\n\nThey also proceeded to tell me that my dog started getting aggressive toward the little yippie dogs toward the end of his 3 day stay and that we would be charged $55 because he would have to go into a special training status. First of all I was told that they keep little and big dogs separate, secondly I thought that it was odd that Dexter started getting aggressive seeing as how he is a well socialized dog and we have never had a problem with this. Then I come to find out if two dogs are play-wrestling that they pull them off of each other after 30 seconds. THAT'S HOW DOGS PLAY!\n\nThese people are super knowledgeable when it comes to dogs, but it seems to me they don't really LOVE and understand dogs.... this place should be called doggy boot camp. \n\nSince camp four paws we have taken Dexter to other boarding facilities and have been told that he is sweet and playful. Not once have we had another incidence where we have been told our dog became aggressive.... hmm... It is my belief that Camp Four Paws creates a stressful environment for animals.\n\nPS- It's not 54 acres... it's 1 acre.\n\nAnd I have been permanently banned from commenting on their guest page because I don't have a stellar review to write!

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Beautiful area, rediculous prices. You better make sure you get a quote in writing before you board your dog there. We went in expecting to pay $200 and we're charged over $300 for 4 nights of boarding! I tried to reason with the manager who got really hostile. I told her I was going to write a negative review and complain to the BBB. She told me to go ahead! She said this wasn't their first complaint and it wouldn't be their last! I couldn't believe it!

They also proceeded to tell me that my dog started getting aggressive toward the little yippie dogs toward the end of his 3 day stay and that we would be charged $55 because he would have to go into a special training status. First of all I was told that they keep little and big dogs separate, secondly I thought that it was odd that Dexter started getting aggressive seeing as how he is a well socialized dog and we have never had a problem with this. Then I come to find out if two dogs are play-wrestling that they pull them off of each other after 30 seconds. THAT'S HOW DOGS PLAY!

These people are super knowledgeable when it comes to dogs, but it seems to me they don't really LOVE and understand dogs.... this place should be called doggy boot camp.

Since camp four paws we have taken Dexter to other boarding facilities and have been told that he is sweet and playful. Not once have we had another incidence where we have been told our dog became aggressive.... hmm... It is my belief that Camp Four Paws creates a stressful environment for animals.

PS- It's not 54 acres... it's 1 acre surrounded by 53 acres... and they will put a shock collar on your dog if it barks too much.

And I have been permanently banned from commenting on their guest page because I don't have a stellar review to write!

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★☆☆☆☆

Beautiful area, rediculous prices. You better make sure you get a quote in writing before you board your dog there. We went in expecting to pay $200 and we're charged over $300 for 4 nights of boarding! I tried to reason with the manager who got really hostile. I told her I was going to write a negative review and complain to the BBB. She told me to go ahead! She said this wasn't their first complaint and it wouldn't be their last! I couldn't believe it!

They also proceeded to tell me that my dog started getting aggressive toward the little yippie dogs toward the end of his 3 day stay and that we would be charged $55 because he would have to go into a special training status. First of all I was told that they keep little and big dogs separate, secondly I thought that it was odd that Dexter started getting aggressive seeing as how he is a well socialized dog and we have never had a problem with this. Then I come to find out if two dogs are play-wrestling that they pull them off of each other after 30 seconds. THAT'S HOW DOGS PLAY!

These people are super knowledgeable when it comes to dogs, but it seems to me they don't really LOVE and understand dogs.... this place should be called doggy boot camp.

Since camp four paws we have taken Dexter to other boarding facilities and have been told that he is sweet and playful. Not once have we had another incidence where we have been told our dog became aggressive.... hmm... It is my belief that Camp Four Paws creates a stressful environment for animals.

PS- It's not 54 acres... it's 1 acre surrounded by 53 acres... and they will put a shock collar on your dog if it barks too much.

And I have been permanently banned from commenting on their guest page because I don't have a stellar review to write!

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I love my Pug and would never leave her anywhere but at Camp Four Paws. The owner is definitely an expert and will care for your dog like she does her own. Lots of space, love, fun and expertise are waiting for your dog here. All of the employees love animals and it's apparant by the care my dog is given. We live nearby and she loves to drop in for visits and looks forward to her next stay. The kennels are huge and kept at the perfect temperature. What fun my dog has playing for hours with the other dogs and with the great people here. It's a one of a kind place for your pet. Awesome!

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I love my Pug and would never leave her anywhere but at Camp Four Paws. The owner is definitely an expert and will care for your dog like she does her own. Lots of space, love, fun and expertise are waiting for your dog here. All of the employees love animals and it's apparant by the care my dog is given. We live nearby and she loves to drop in for visits and looks forward to her next stay. The kennels are huge and kept at the perfect temperature. What fun my dog has playing for hours with the other dogs and with the great people here. It's a one of a kind place for your pet. Awesome!

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I've been taking my dogs to Camp Four Paws for 8 years now, first my Tibetan Terrier, Yeti, and now my Havanese, Max. This facility is so on top of what's going on with individual dogs; their care is extraordinary. If a dog seems to be getting tired or over-stimulated, they'll notice and take him inside for a bit of quiet time. I've even heard of the owner catching major medical issues that owners hadn't noticed, and getting prompt--sometimes life saving--treatment. The dogs are outside (separated by size into different areas) for hours each day, monitored/played with at all times by staff members--animal lovers all. And they have a ball--it truly is like a camp for canines! The owner does rigorous temperament testing before she'll accept your dog; they do not take aggressive pets, which makes all the dogs safer and allows them to rollick in great, galloping packs in the huge play area. There are wading pools, play structures, toys, shade and tons of other fun things to delight. This facility is especially reliable and attentive with geriatric dogs, or dogs on medications. I can't say enough about how relieved I am to have found such a place--I don't worry one second when I'm traveling.

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★★★★★

I've been taking my dogs to Camp Four Paws for 8 years now, first my Tibetan Terrier, Yeti, and now my Havanese, Max. This facility is so on top of what's going on with individual dogs; their care is extraordinary. If a dog seems to be getting tired or over-stimulated, they'll notice and take him inside for a bit of quiet time. I've even heard of the owner catching major medical issues that owners hadn't noticed, and getting prompt--sometimes life saving--treatment. The dogs are outside (separated by size into different areas) for hours each day, monitored/played with at all times by staff members--animal lovers all. And they have a ball--it truly is like a camp for canines! The owner does rigorous temperament testing before she'll accept your dog; they do not take aggressive pets, which makes all the dogs safer and allows them to rollick in great, galloping packs in the huge play area. There are wading pools, play structures, toys, shade and tons of other fun things to delight. This facility is especially reliable and attentive with geriatric dogs, or dogs on medications. I can't say enough about how relieved I am to have found such a place--I don't worry one second when I'm traveling.

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I just picked up my dog from this neat place and had a great experience. My dog came back happy, well exercised and jumped out of the car to run back into the kennel when she saw Niki. It made my heart sing. I love this dog! Anyway, the play areas are massive. There is no crowding. It's quiet and safe. A neighbor came over while I was there and brought her dog. What a statement that is. She told me she feels lucky to live so close by. Quite impressive. I was very pleased.

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I just picked up my dog from this neat place and had a great experience. My dog came back happy, well exercised and jumped out of the car to run back into the kennel when she saw Niki. It made my heart sing. I love this dog! Anyway, the play areas are massive. There is no crowding. It's quiet and safe. A neighbor came over while I was there and brought her dog. What a statement that is. She told me she feels lucky to live so close by. Quite impressive. I was very pleased.

Pros: Huge Facility, nice dogs, no crowding, quiet, safe, fun

Cons: The drive out there

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I recently boarded my dog at this neat place. I was very pleased. She came back happy, well exercised and even more polite I think. I dropped by earlier than my appointed pick up time and got to see her running around in this massive play area having the best time. I suppose if I showed up at breakfast time all the dogs would have been inside but it was really an amazing sight. All these nice dogs running around having a great time. It made my day. Definitely worth the drive.

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★★★★★

I recently boarded my dog at this neat place. I was very pleased. She came back happy, well exercised and even more polite I think. I dropped by earlier than my appointed pick up time and got to see her running around in this massive play area having the best time. I suppose if I showed up at breakfast time all the dogs would have been inside but it was really an amazing sight. All these nice dogs running around having a great time. It made my day. Definitely worth the drive.

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