Horrible for starts. They abused my dog. I told them my dog was dog selective and despite my request to keep her isolated from most dogs they threw her in the pack. It was great until my dog got aggressive with one of the workers dog and he decided to hit my dog. He then post as a customer"Steve S". They write fake review to attack people. The truth is if you post anything negative they will close the website so you can't expose them as you see in the pic below. My dog was also not fed for multiple day as you can also see in the listing before I had her tranfered to a camp boarding facility. Stay away at all cost. If you don't see your dog on the camera your dog will be abuse and you will be lied to.
719 W 8th AveDenver, CO 80204
From Business: Woof in Boots was launched in 2012 as a community based doggy day care, pet boarding center and groom shop where our staff, owners and customers had one thing in …
I dropped my healthy and happy dog off for one day (1/7/2017) and picked him up the next (1/8/2017) and found him in severe pain and with obvious swelling of his mouth and testicles. They posted a photo of him the day I dropped him off (imgur.com/NTnX1p0) and when I got him the next day, he looked like this, (imgur.com/a/jHp5h). The swelling (red area) you see on the bottom of his mouth isn't normal and how nobody didn't know that is beyond me. When I picked him up at the daycare, he was whimpering and barely responsive to us. The staff thought that his behavior and looks were normal even though they took a photo of him the day before and saw how he was acting the day before. The emergency vet we brought him to said was chemically burned (caustic burns). Nobody at "U Lucky Dog Daycare" seemed to know what happened and the manager wasn't present and wasn't able to be contacted. Hours later, she (Abi Mondragon) still never called until I called again and told them I was calling the police and a lawyer next. What is odd is that we paid money to have his photo taken and be put on their Facebook page so we can see him while we were on travel. After we picked him up and saw his state of health, his healthy photo (first one I posted) was removed from their Facebook page. Hmm, I wonder why? I had a bad suspicion that something was up when I dropped him off and they wouldn't allow me to even see the room he was going to stay in. For all I know, he was kept in a room that wasn't suitable for dogs in the first place. Someone definitely didn't give us the full story. It took my dog over 3 months to recover and he still has permanent scarring on his mouth.Never again will we take our dog to this place.
great for all out badic needs for your dog
Our Black Lab Ben Love his visits to Camp Bow Wow LoDo. He gets to run and play with all his friends. The staff there takes very good care of Ben and the really care about the family members left in their care. The facility is clean and well maintained and is a great place for a dog to socialize with other dogs. I would recomment Camp Bow Wow LoDo to everyone.
Dis my fav pace to play wif my friends! We littel doggies need to be able to play safely wifout big doggies! I wuv For The Love of Dog!
I love this dog daycare. I have brought my dog for over 4 years with only the best experiences. The people are awesome, the facility is clean and the most important thing is my dog loves it. I recommend.
I ve got a routine down now for my visit to Mile High Mutts. My pup Saddie knows what her days will be like when spending time at the doggy day and she s always excited to go. As we drive toward the daycare, she gets pretty worked up…tail a wagging. I always do a little shopping for her at Mile High Mutts, picking up pig s ears or dog cookies, and that s something she s come to expect too. It s convenient to be able to get dog food here. Everything in one place and one place for the dog to have a guaranteed good time! I would definitely recommend Mile High Mutts!!!
I'm a fan of Mile High Mutts. I've took my golden retriever to Mile High Mutts for years and learned the importance of structure in a dog's life. I still laugh about the day I showed up after 9 a.m. and was told that Max was too late for school. I asked, “What, did he miss math class?” The expert at Mile High Mutts explained that dogs, like people, tee up their hierarchy every morning. When a dog comes in late it upsets the social order. The experience underscored how seriously this particular daycare, Mile High Mutts, takes the overall dog experience and does everything they can to establish a calm and safe environment for the dogs, whether they're Monday – Friday dogs or dogs, like mine, that came in 3 days a week. Max has exceeded his expected lifespan by years and now spends his golden (not retriever) years on a big pillow resting and alternatively eating. When he drifts off into sleep and his feet twitch like he's running, I am fairly sure he's dreaming of his days at the Mutt's yard where I am told he would stand guard over the swimming pools doing what Newfies do, saving lives. I continue to refer dog owners to Mile High Mutts.
When I first took my sheepdog to Mile High Mutts it was because I was working incredibly long hours on a project. I was getting home after 9 at night, leaving by 7 a.m. I knew she’d be safer at daycare than left home to her own devices. What I wasn’t counting on was that my dog would make friends. It’s hilarious really. My French Bulldog has made friends with other two other dogs (same breed). The staff at Mile High Mutts says the three of them stick together all day long. I’ve got to say that it feels a little like I should invite the other dogs over to my house for a play date like my sister does with her kids and the friends they made in preschool. When my hours are particularly grueling, I always have the option of tuning into streaming video at Mile High Mutts to catch a glimpse of Clarise and her girlfriends on the playground. In 30 seconds of video footage, I get reassurance that Clarise is in the best place she can be during the day…at Mile High Mutts.
I've been a client/customer for almost 7 years and I COMPLETELY TRUST Mile High Mutts with my baby. I've been bringing my dogs to MHM since 9/2006 when I moved to Denver, first to their old location on Larimer, then to Park Hill where they had a small, second location, and now to the nice big space on Chestnut, and truly love this place! I don't know what I'd do without them, and more importantly, my dogs LOVE going! I only have 1 dog right now, a terrier mix I rescued a few years ago, and work long hours a couple of days a week (as an attorney; it goes with the territory). While I have a fully fenced yard and doggie door at home I can tell my little boy still gets a bit lonely/bored during the work week, so I take him to MHM at least 2 days where he can get a break in his routine and some companionship (he actually likes the people better than the dogs and he LOVE LOVE LOVES his Marcus! - he literally gets super-excited when he sees him, runs right over and will not do anything else until he gets some lovin'!). On the rare occasions when he doesn't go at all I can tell (and not in a good way), so I really make an effort to get him there, and on-time so he can become part of the pack early on in the morning. (When I was bringing him in later, because I had worked late the night before and wanted to sleep in, he was having a hard time fitting in with the other dogs - "new kid" syndrome - so getting him there earlier, even though it bums me out, works better for him, the other dogs and the staff.) I also really appreciate the fact that I can pay a small late fee and pick him up before 9p. Most other places close at 7p. There are some days when he comes home smelling a bit like pee (by no means pleasant but not unexpected if you have ever watched dogs interact - he was likely getting a little too close checking out the action!) but easily remedied by wiping him down with a wet towel. I tune-in frequently via the webcam and like watching the staff gently interacting with the dogs and allowing the dogs to play, again gently, amongst themselves. Can you imagine the chaos if the dogs and/or staff really roughhoused and they all got riled up at the same time??? Yikes! And I never thought about this but a vet friend pointed it out - "its conveniently located across the street from the Denver Police Department's vehicle maintenance garage." Huh? I didn't get it. He told me a lot of times kennels/doggie day cares get broken into after hours and dogs get stolen. But not to resell or for breeding, but to use as "bait" for dogfighting.:( He knows firsthand because he's the one who gets to try to stitch them back up afterward. (I didn't want to believe that kind of thing goes on, but sadly it does.) I can't always be with my little D-Man or find a friend to watch him, and everyone is going to have different expectations/experiences, but for almost 7 years MHM has been and continues to be the next best thing.