Dog Boarding in Boulder
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|Central Boulder||Colorado University||Crossroads||East Boulder||Gunbarrel|
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Why do dog owners love Boulder?
Dog boarding and other dog care services are readily available in Boulder, CO, with lots of things to do and see. With thousands of acres of outdoor recreational open space, there are so many places to take dogs for a fun romp in the wilderness. The Flatirons, five flat peaks along the slope of Green Mountain, are a dramatic backdrop to this mellow college town, while Eldorado Canyon State Park is a great spot for escaping into the outdoors. Runners and hikers favor the scenic Mount Sanitas Trail, and Green Mountain's rigorous Royal Arch Trail is a must-hike for its dazzling views of Bluebell Canyon. More vistas await at 6,983-foot Flagstaff Mountain, while Chautauqua Park offers rolling greens and more beautiful scenery. Temperate Boulder - located 25 miles northwest of Denver - has lots of sun too, with more sunny days than non-sunny days. In fact, on average, there are 245 sunny days per year in Boulder, so it's the perfect place to take your dog outside.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Boulder?
Because Boulder has so much open space and land for recreational activities, there are lots of parks where dog sitters can take dogs. Foothills Community Park has lots of trails for leashed walks, open fields for exploring, as well as a designated off-leash dog park with approximately 1.6 acres of space for large dogs and .5 acres for small dogs (there are separate spaces for them at this park). Valmont Park is another great park in Boulder that is perfect for overnight dog boarding sitters to take dogs to. There are paved and unpaved paths for on-leash walks, water access for dogs who enjoy swimming, and an off-leash dog park with areas for small and large dogs.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Boulder?
In addition to all the parks, trails, and wide open spaces, most of the neighborhoods in Boulder are also dog friendly and have tons of activities to choose from. Downtown Boulder is in the heart of the city. The main street is called Pearl Street and is always full of college kids, families, and dog-friendly restaurants and events like street fairs and farmers markets. Chautauqua is another neighborhood in Boulder that is great for dog sitters looking to do fun activities with dogs. It's close to the Flatirons, a famous rock formation in Boulder, and has easy access to lots of hiking trails that are perfect for small, medium, or large size dogs looking for short or long walks. South Boulder is another neighborhood with a ton of open space to explore, and it's also close by and easily accessible. The Shanahan Ridge Trail is a popular trail to take dog on on-leash hikes.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Boulder?
Dog sitters in Boulder are literally waiting to be able to watch your dog overnight in their dog-friendly homes. There are tons of options for all types of dogs and it is a great alternative to traditional dog boarding options. Pick from hundreds of available sitters in your area by searching on our site or through the Rover app.
Wherever you are in Boulder, CO, you're sure to find something dog friendly to do, whether it's a hike in one of Boulder's beautiful natural areas, a walk along a trail at a local park, or a stroll down a neighborhood street. You can trust that Rover has your back and will keep your dog safe when they are in a sitter's care.