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Camp Bow Wow Brings in Warner Brothers

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July 21, 2010 By Christian Murray

Camp Bow Wow, the Long Island City-based dog boarding and training facility, is holding a special training event this Saturday sponsored by Warner Brothers.

Warner Brothers, which is about to release “Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore”, will be holding a special Spy School Party at Camp Bow Wow this Saturday July 24., 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. They will be giving away prizes, including some movie passes to the premiere.

Camp Bow Wow is offering a Grand Prize of 3 months free Day Care to one lucky person. A $750 value.

They are also bringing in two well known trainers. Renee of is going to be teaching spy tricks in the morning hours, and Claire of The Good Dog Foundation is going to be teaching tricks in the afternoon. Both of these trainers have more than 20 years experience.

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