Dog Boarding in Asheville
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why do dog owners love Asheville?
Asheville, NC - a major attraction for nature lovers looking to explore nearby Pisgah National Forest plus the North Carolina Arboretum and the 42-acre Western North Carolina Nature Center - has so many cool things that dog owners get to enjoy with their dogs! From Biltmore Village to the Southern Appalachian crafts on display at the Folk Art Center, this secret gem of a city just oozes woodsy charm. Whether it's Rover dog boarding or another service you're looking for, the options to keep your dog occupied are vast. There are dog-friendly bakeries, shops, and even a walking city tour you can take with your dog on the 1.7-mile Asheville Urban Trail. If you want to venture outside of downtown Asheville with your pup, there are many trails to explore too, like the 2.4-milre Trombatore Trail. There's something for everyone!
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Asheville?
Asheville's many neighborhoods all have features available that dogs love. Downtown Asheville is close to everything (restaurants, shopping, etc.) and is the perfect neighborhood to explore on foot with your dog. Montford is another neighborhood that is outside of the hustle and bustle of downtown, but is within walking distance. If you enjoy old historic homes, this is a great neighborhood to walk around in with your pup. If you're looking for more parks and less city life, Lakeview Park is the neighborhood for you. Its biggest claim to fame is Beaver Lake, a man-made lake with walking paths and lots of water sports (in case your dog likes canoeing!). Kenilworth is another Asheville neighborhood that's about a 20-minute walk to downtown but also boasts a large 19-acre lake called Kenilworth Lake as well as Kenilworth Park - both are perfect for dog walks or jogs of all types.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Asheville?
Whether you're looking for dog boarding or any other dog care service, Asheville has tons of dog sitters just waiting to watch your pup. Plus, it's easy to find the right one for your dog: Just go onto our website or onto the Rover app and search for dog sitters near Asheville. From there you can easily set up a Meet & Greet and secure a booking in just a few taps!
What are some dog-friendly parks in Asheville?
In addition to all the dog-friendly neighborhoods in Asheville, there are plenty of dog-friendly parks that dogs of all sizes can enjoy. The Biltmore Estate is an incredibly large, privately owned estate that is open to the public and to the dogs! Explore 8,000 acres of gardens, estate houses, and more - it's the perfect place to get lost and have an adventure! French Broad River dog park is situated in one of Asheville's most beautiful parks and has access to trails, fields, and even a doggy swimming area. If you're looking for a separate space for small and large dogs, Azalea Park dog park is the place to go.
If you're in Asheville and looking for dog boarding or another service, try Rover! It's better than traditional dog boarding, and you can relax knowing your dog will be safe in the loving care of a Rover dog sitter while you're away.