Dog Boarding In Charlotte, NC
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Sit a Dog, Save a Life
Sit a Dog, Save a Life lets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already: asking your neighbors to watch your dog instead of leaving them in a kennel. Many Rover sitters in Charlotte donate a percentage of their earnings to nonprofits through Sit a Dog, Save a Life. When you book with a sitter who has the Rover Donation Badge on their profile, you're helping dogs in need, right here in Charlotte.
American Pit Bull Foundation
The American Pit Bull Foundation (Charlotte, NC) is a collective group of responsible owners and Pit Bull enthusiasts looking to help combat overpopulation and unnecessary euthanasia through education, programming, and assistance. They are a new breed of rescue which focuses on the root of the problem when it comes to the number of pets that end up at the shelter and euthanized on a yearly basis. They work directly with owners to help tackle reasons they may consider surrendering their dog such as a new baby in the house, behavioral issues, medical emergencies, etc.
Boston Terrier Rescue Team of the CarolinasThe BTRTC rescues Boston Terriers from situations of abuse or neglect or from other situations that leave dogs without an owner, such as owners who surrender their pets, or from animal shelter and other animal welfare organizations. They work with other rescues to ensure that no Boston terrier or Boston terrier mix is ever euthanized and have saved over 150 dogs in 3 years.
Coalition to Unchain DogsThe Coalition to Unchain Dogs was founded in Durham, NC in August of 2006 when Amanda Arrington and a handful of volunteers met at a coffee shop to begin work toward getting anti-tethering legislation passed in the Triangle area of North Carolina. They knew that if they could help provide fences for people who could not afford them that the legislation would pass more easily, and the community could more easily adjust to the ordinance. Amanda had the optimism, leadership skills and energy to bring into reality her idea of organizing a crew of volunteers to regularly build fences, so that they could provide the entire fence (labor and materials) at absolutely no cost to the dogs’ owners.
More on CharlotteCharlotte, nicknamed the Gem of the South, is a charming city with a high quality of life. It is the 17th largest city in the United States and it is also home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame! If you are not a stock car racing enthusiast, Charlotteans will find that their city is home to many different sports teams is also rich with history. Charlotte also boasts several museums that showcase the city's vibrant history. For Charlotte dog owners, there is an abundance of activities for our furry companions as well.
Did you know that Charlotte not only has plenty of outdoor dog parks but an indoor one as well? Dogs and their humans can also hike together on the trail systems at the US National Whitewater Center! There's a lot to see and do in Charlotte, but it is inevitable that you may have to find Charlotte dog boarding for travel plans that don't accommodate their furry counterparts. Let Rover help you worry about one less travel related headache. Use our website to sniff out the best Charlotte dog sitter in your neighborhood. All the results you find will be of dog sitters who will gladly look after your pooch in a real home! The difference with Rover is that you find in-home Charlotte dog boarding options, not kennels. And the dog sitter you find is someone who will consider taking care of your pooch a privilege not a pain!