Dog Boarding in Durham
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Durham?
Durham, NC is home to lots of Rover dog sitters who are just waiting for the chance to watch your dog! Whether it's overnight dog boarding or another service you are looking for, it's easy to use Rover, plus it's better than traditional dog boarding options. Browse sitters in Durham on our website or use the app if you're on the go. Booking a sitter takes just a few taps!
What are some great dog-walking parks in Durham?
Durham is a great place for parks that are dog friendly. Durham Central Park is a 5-acre city-owned park with miles of walking trails that are perfect for a quick stroll or a longer trek with a small, medium, or large-sized dog. Nearly 30 miles of trails are available for dog sitters in Durham to walk leashed dogs. Dog sitters in Durham can also take dogs to one of the many off-leash parks. Piney Wood Dog Park is a large off-leash park with areas for small dogs, large dogs, and even a separate area for playing frisbee. Carolina Pines Community Dog Park is another great off-leash option with off-leash wooded areas, shady spots, and also separate areas for small and large dogs.
Where are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Durham?
Whether you're looking for fun urban places to explore with dogs or more quiet areas to get lost in, Durham has something for every dog sitter and their dogs to enjoy. The Central Park neighborhood is located right near Durham Central Park in downtown Durham. Obviously you can go to Durham Central Park very easily and take dogs on lots of adventures there. You can also enjoy a year-round Saturday farmer's market with dogs too, as well as walk around and explore the shops and outdoor restaurants in this area of Durham. Ninth Street and Duke is another fun dog-friendly neighborhood in Durham to explore. It's very close to the famed Duke University, so you and your dogs can go explore the sprawling campus there and enjoy a nice adventure. Northern Durham is perfect for getting out of the hustle and bustle of the city, and exploring city parks like Eno River State Park and it's almost 30 miles of trails.
Why do dog owners love Durham?
There are so many things to see and do in Durham, it's no wonder dog owners love living here! Jazz festivals, farmer's markets, and popular attractions like the 55 acre public Duke Gardens, the giant Duke Chapel cathedral, and interactive exhibits at the Museum of Life and Science. Head to downtown Durham to catch a Durham Bulls Triple-A baseball game, see the old tobacco industry buildings in the American Tobacco History District, or just grab a bite to eat at the renovated One City Center.
However your Durham dog sitter chooses to entertain your dog while they are watching them, there are plenty of choices for different kinds of fun. Plus, you can rest assured that your dog is safe and happy with a sitter from Rover!