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PARADE MAGAZINE 
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JULY 22, 2012

From Surfing to Cooking:  20 Camps Adults Will Love   Oh the places you can go!
What it is:  Four days of bonding with Fido.
Try it if:  Your favorite travel companion has four legs.  
 



Summer Camps for Grown-Ups, Time Magazine

Been neglecting your best friend lately? At Camp Unleashed, you can reconnect with Fido at a rustic YMCA campsite in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts at the end of August. (Can’t make it in the summer? There’s a second Camp Unleashed in mid-October that’s held in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, N.C.) For four days — that’s almost a month in dog years! — you can bond with your pup doing canine-friendly activities like agility courses, walks, swimming, frisbee-chasing and flyball. If your pooch is a couch potato, you can “sit” and “stay” with lower-key activities like canine massage and aromatherapy. There’s even “doga” — dog yoga. Owners can also attend workshops on topics like obedience training, grooming and nutrition.

Oh Behave - Canines Enjoy Freedom and Fun at Camp Unleashed ...
Tune in as this founder of Camp Unleashed explains how she came to create camps that bring out the best in dogs – and their people..... on PetLifeRadio.com (July, 2012).

Photo essay of Camp Asheville, by John Fletcher in the Asheville Citizen-Times online, Sept 25, 2011









Do you remember everything you loved about your childhood camping experience? Campfires, exploring the great outdoors and sleeping in a tent or cabin? But summer camp isn’t just for kids anymore! You and your favorite four-legged friend can head 
for the hills of North Carolina to relive those adventurous, carefree days! — Southern Paws & Tails, Summer 2011

No longer does little Scrumpy have to sit in a kennel, sad and lonely, while you are off frittering away his inheritance... Tribune Newspapers (Chicago Tribune), June 07, 2011


Thanks to a new scholarship, shelter dogs can enjoy a weekend of training and off-leash fun
Rascal, a floppy-eared pup from the Asheville Humane Society, enjoyed four days of training and adventure as the first recipient of a Camp Unleashed scholarship. He was treated to a doggie massage, a relaxing canoe trip, learned how to swim, and was a natural at fly ball agility training. — WNC Magazine (Western North Carolina), May 2011

"Liberi Di Essere Cani" (Free to Be Dogs) The headline on the article says "Aarf! Free to be dogs. The ideal vacation for Fido is at Camp Unleashed in Massachusetts and North Carolina in the United States.  A project that is achieving enormous success." — Quattro Zampe (Four Paws), April 2011 

Rachel Ray on Camp Unleashed
 See Camp Unleashed featured on Rachel Ray, click here Camp Unleashed on vimeo


Camp Unleashed featured on WLOS- ABC, Asheville, NC

 Letting your dog be a dog from Camp Unleashed on Vimeo.



Is Your Dog Camp-Ready? A dog-camp pro tells us what to look for
Here are five skills and traits your dog should
have to get the most out of the camp experience. 1.) Coming reliably when called is high on the list for Annie Brody, creator and director of Camp Unleashed. 
The Bark, Jul/Aug 2009

Happy Campers
Canine camps are the ultimate  dog-friendly vacation.  “We  believe dogs need a vacation from  the human world. And that means  being free from the leash,  in  nature, and in a pack,” says Annie Brody, founder and director of Camp Unleashed. Dog Fancy Magazine, August 2009

Camp Unleashed offers fun, learning vacation with your dog Asheville Citizen-Times.com, July 2, 2010

Canine Corner: Sharing the Great Outdoors With Man’s Best Friend Horseman Yankee Pedlar, December 2009

Happy Valley for dogs
 — The Springfield Republican,  September 12, 2009


Annie Brody interviewed on Dog Talk™ Radio Show
 
With host, Tracie Hotchner, (audio) July 18, 2009 

It's a re-energizing three-day rustic retreat on 1,350 acres in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts where city dogs and humans can unleash their true canine spirit. — urbanhound.com, The City Dog's Ultimate Survival Guide, Fall, 2005

Off leash, relaxed, and ready to play
Camp's a romp when owners unwind with their canine pals
My boys were excited when we left the house on a sunny Friday afternoon in June. Especially when I opened the car door and told them they were going to camp... — by Bess Hochstein, Boston Globe, August 14, 2005

“My goal,” says Kay, who serves as camp director, “is to provide a peaceful spot where the spirits of dogs and their people can soar, heal, relax, and learn.” — The Laurel of Asheville, May 1, 2011