Pet Camp is not glitzy or glamorous. Heck, some might go so far as to say that Pet Camp is, well . . . homely, but frankly, we know that and we’re OK with it! Sure it would nice to be pretty, to make some pet parents’ heads turn when they walked into our lobby, or have someone take a second look at our facade when they drove by. But that’s not why we built Pet Camp. We built Pet Camp for the dogs and the cats that we care for, not to be showy. We put our resources towards improving the quality of your pet’s stay, not how ‘instagram’able our lobby is. Sure there are fancy places out there, with nice finishes, curves, and glam shots plastered all over the place. You might even speculate that there is a lot of show but not a lot of substance. But what they have in glitz, we have in outdoor play space, a Safari Solarium and well-trained counselors that have stood the test of time (even if that means we show a few wrinkles here and there).
But hey, don’t just take our word for it.
It turns out that it’s not just brick & mortar pet care facilities that need to back up their fashion acumen with some real pet care skills. Perhaps not so shockingly, it turns out that being good looking and filling out a bathing suit isn’t quite enough to be trusted to care for someone’s four legged family member – even if you find that someone on the internet and they did once star in a TV show. Of course one does have to wonder how you go from being on a TV show to taking care of dogs via an app on your phone. Those of you who have been around long enough to remember seeing Nash Bridges filmed in our City By the Bay know that Pet Camp was trusted to take care of one of the original Bay Watch star’s dog. We still don’t know if it’s good or bad that Mark had no idea who Yasmine Bleeth was when he saw her in the Pet Camp lobby.
Pet Camp: we might not look great in a red one-piece bathing suit, but we’re pretty darn good at pet care. And no, we’re not changing our tag line.