Camp Bow Wow Offers
Camp owner Terri Sassone and her relatives were among the 300,000 people evacuated from their homes because of the fires. Since then, her life has been even more about the canines than usual.
TEMECULA, Calif., Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- On a standard day, Camp Bow Wow Temecula offers its dog campers a place to play, have fun and be a dog. This week, camp is also offering itself up as a refuge for pets displaced by raging wildfires, easing worry for pup parents evacuated in the work of the catastrophe.
Sassone has been taking in the community's canines -- and even a few felines -- for families similarly displaced. At last count, the doggy day and overnight camp was playing host to very 40 canines, most of them from families who had to evacuate. She is got room for about twenty more, and so far has not had to turn someone away.
Camp Bow Wow Temecula is offering a 15 percent discount to customers displaced by the fires, and designs to continue that in the work of the state of emergency. He also expects to work with families whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the fires and who require long-term boarding in the aftermath of the catastrophe.