Camp Ruff It plans its first Doggie Prom May 22

Carol Stream, May 22, 2024 — Camp Ruff It, a cage-free doggie day care and boarding facility known for its innovative and fun-filled activities for dogs, will host its inaugural Doggie Prom on Wednesday, May 22.

The Doggie Prom promises to be filled with tail-wagging fun, paw-some music, and opportunities for our four-legged guests to make new friends. From walking the red carpet, extravagant photo shoots, to playful games of bubble dance parties and delectable treats, Camp Ruff It guarantees an event that will leave tails wagging and hearts melting.

The event will feature a red-carpet entrance for our furry attendees, where they’ll have the chance to show off their finest attire. Whether it’s a dapper bow tie or fancy dress, every dog will have the opportunity to strut their stuff and compete for the title of Prom King and Queen with an epic photo shoot. They will dance the day away while playing bubbles and sipping on frozen broth doggie champagne and munching on hand crafted bark-cuterie boards.

“We’re thrilled to host the first-ever Doggie Prom at Camp Ruff It for our clients,” says Lori Williams, owner at Camp Ruff It. “Our Campers bring so much joy into our lives, and this event is our way of celebrating their companionship and unconditional love. We can’t wait to see all the dogs dressed to the nines and having a ball on the dance floor.”

The Doggie Prom will take place on Wednesday, May 22, at Camp Ruff It’s facility located at 399 Gundersen Drive, Carol Stream. Join Camp Ruff It for a day of fun, friendship, and furry festivities at the Doggie Prom.

About Camp Ruff It:

Camp Ruff It is a 7,500 square foot indoor doggie day care and boarding facility. We are committed to providing a safe, stimulating, and loving environment for dogs. With spacious play areas, experienced staff on premise 24 hours a day, slumber party style boarding and a wide range of activities, Camp Ruff It offers the ultimate experience in canine care and enrichment.

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