Camp Bow Wow, the leading franchisor of doggy day care and boarding facilities, today announced that it has been selected as #26 on the list of the 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Businesses in North America. With founder and CEO Heidi Flammang at the helm, Entrepreneur magazine and the Women Presidents’ Organization chose the Colorado-based organization for its leadership, growth and innovative business practices.
“We are extremely honored to receive this recognition from such esteemed organizations,” said Heidi Flammang, CEO and Top Dog of Camp Bow Wow. “It is rewarding to join other women leaders who are committed to leading successful and empowering businesses where people are proud to work every day.”
Camp Bow Wow is the Premier Doggy Day and Overnight CampÂ® with 86 current locations and over 115 additional camps under development around the country and in Canada. Camp Bow Wow is a national leader in the $500 million doggy day care industry. While maintaining the feel of a mom-and-pop, Camp Bow Wow has advanced and standardized the model into what is the most sophisticated dog day and overnight care operation in the country. Utilizing technology, state-of-the-art facility design, and intensive employee training, all in a camp-like setting, Camp Bow Wows are operationally the best run and safest environments for dogs.