Dog Boarding in Burlington
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Burlington?
When pet parents are looking for an easy dog sitting alternative to the big boarding facilities, Burlington sitters step in to treat their dog like they would - like family. Get connected to trusted dog people by browsing Rover's community of sitters in minutes, and book your favorite Burlington dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Burlington?
Sitting right on the widest part of Lake Champlain, Burlington boasts views of the Adirondack mountains and big-country perks but also offers metropolitan attractions like fine dining around Church Street Marketplace and rich history at the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum dedicated to the local Revolutionary war hero or the folk art and historic buildings of the Shelburne Museum.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Burlington?
Burlington dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet-friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog-friendly parks include Waterfront Park, located west of downtown along the Lake Champlain shoreline, with the Burlington Bike Path running along its eastern border. Take your pup to the dedicated dog park inside, or visit one of this park's food festivals with your four-legged friend in tow! Starr Farm Park also features a large dog park, Shelburne Dog Park features water access and a dog washing station, Ethan Allen Park is a scenic area with shady trees and lots of walking trail, and Red Rocks Park includes a beach and several miles of trails for hiking and jogging.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Burlington?
Along with beautiful parks for dog to enjoy, Burlington's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. Stroll the New North End to admire the waterfront homes of Appletree Point, or wander through the very walkable Old North End where you'll run into several parks like Battery Park, Roosevelt Park, Pomeroy Park, along with smaller green areas and playgrounds tucked between neighborhood streets. Maybe pop into one of the neighborhood's many cafes and coffee shops, walk the active Church Street Marketplace in the heart of downtown, or get a workout trekking from downtown to The Hill. Here you can walk residential streets and run into the University of Vermont's greenways and fields. If you love historical architecture, walk through the South End where houses date back to the turn of the 20th century. Whether your Burlington dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Burlington's beautiful parks while dog sitting or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!