Camp Canine Honored as one of America’s “Coolest” Pet Businesses

Camp Canine owner Tania Isenstein with her rescue dog, Nacho

“We’re honored to be the only daycare and overnight lodging facility in the country to earn this distinction,” said Tania Isenstein, owner of Camp Canine. “We’re innovative in our approach to pet care and committed to providing world-class pet services.”

Camp Canine, the premier pet care facility located on the Upper West Side, has been named one of “America’s Coolest” pet businesses by Pets+, “The Magazine for America’s Pet Pros,” in its inaugural national contest. Camp Canine was the only pet care facility chosen and received an Honorable Mention.

The 2017 “America’s Coolest” Businesses Contest highlights the best examples of independent pet businesses throughout the United States. They are judged by a panel of experts on the basis of business practices, history, online presence, traditional advertising, interior decor and curb appeal. The 2017 contest in the magazine’s first year of publication saw entries from 17 states.

“We’re honored to be the only daycare and overnight lodging facility in the country to earn this distinction,” said Tania Isenstein, owner of Camp Canine. “We’re innovative in our approach to pet care and committed to providing world-class services for our four-legged guests. This distinction affirms that we are succeeding.”

Isenstein, a longtime resident of the Upper West Side, left her career as a Wall Street lawyer in order to purchase Camp Canine in 2012 and has transformed it into New York City’s premier pet care facility for dogs and cats. The luxury facility provides daycare, lodging, training, grooming, long walks in Central Park (Central Bark Walks) and a variety of pampering amenities…

Read the full article from the Source…

Back to Top