Dog Boarding in Baltimore
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|Belaire-Edison||Cedonia||Charles Village||Chinquapin Park-Belvedere||Greater Rosemont|
|Hamilton Area||Park Heights||Reservoir Hill-Bolton Hill Area||Upper Northwood||West Baltimore|
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Baltimore?
If it's dog boarding you're looking for or another dog care service in Baltimore, Rover is a great and simple alternative to traditional dog boarding options. You can browse hundreds of trusted dog sitters in Baltimore, either on our website or through the Rover app. Booking is easy and takes just a few minutes!
Why do dog owners love Baltimore?
There are so many things for dog owners and their dogs to do in Baltimore, it's no wonder they love living here! Home to the Baltimore Orioles and their retro-chic stadium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the city of Baltimore has over 4,900 acres of parkland, and is perfect for exploring with small, medium, and large dogs alike. Baltimore has also been dubbed "The City of Neighborhoods", with 72 designated historic districts. The Washington Monument, located in the Mount Vernon neighborhood, is a popular destination in Baltimore, and predates the Washington, DC version. It's a great place to take your dog on a walking tour of the city. Whether you're an art fan ready to wile away an afternoon at the Walters Art Museum or the Baltimore Museum of Art, or a train aficionado looking to learn at the B&O Railroad Museum, there's always something to see and do in Baltimore!
What are some dog-friendly parks in Baltimore?
When you're looking for something fun to do in Baltimore with your dog, there are plenty of dog-friendly parks you can take them to. Locust Point dog park, located inside Latrobe Park, is like a dog's paradise: it has astroturf, trees, rocks, and even a water slide for pups who enjoy the water and a thrill. Canton dog park has a separate area for small and large dogs, so it's a good choice if you've got a small dog that enjoys off-leash activity and play. If you're looking for trails and walking paths to stroll along with your dog, Carroll Park is the place to go. Gwynns Falls Trail is located in Carroll Park, and is a 15-mile urban hiking and biking trail that is a great option for longer walks and runs or shorter strolls, whatever your dog prefers.
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Baltimore?
Not only does Baltimore have a lot of great dog-friendly parks, many of its neighborhoods are dog-friendly too. Baltimore's Inner Harbor is in the heart of the city and close to popular tourist destinations, like the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center. You and your dog will enjoy taking a walking tour through the Inner Harbor neighborhood - home to the National Aquarium and its 750 species on display - and exploring all that downtown Baltimore has to offer. Canton is just east of downtown and is home to Patterson Park, one of the country's largest urban parks, so it's a great neighborhood for getting out and about and enjoying nature in an urban setting. Fell's Point is a waterfront community close to restaurants and shopping, and has seasonal walking tours and festivals that are perfect for you and your dog to attend and enjoy.
Dog sitters in Baltimore are sure to take your dog to all the cool spots to get in a good romp, walk, or whatever they wish while you're away. Best of all, your pets will be in the safe hands of their Rover sitter, so you can relax knowing they are happy and secure, no matter how long you need to be away.