Dog Boarding in Fort Myers
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Why do dog owners love Fort Myers?
Whether it's dog boarding or one of Rover's many other services, dog owners will love the benefits Fort Myers provides. The City of Palms has many parks, farmers markets, festivals, universities, and other activities that you and your dog can enjoy together. From The Edison and Ford Winter Estates, with its 21-acre botanical garden, to the hands-on IMAG History & Science Center, there's no shortage of sites in this temperate Florida town. Meanwhile, Manatee Park rents kayaks and canoes, and Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is a serene 3,500-acre wildlife wonderland. Fishing fans head to Lakes Park, while Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium is the spot for stargazing. The Fort Myers Farmers Market is a year-round market with produce and other vendors that is perfect for a fun outing with your dog. There are always things to do in Fort Myers!
What are some dog-friendly parks in Fort Myers?
Fort Myers dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog friendly parks include: Centennial Park, a scenic 10-acre park within Fort Myers city limits. It's the park that hosts the most community events, including the Fort Myers Farmers Market. There are also walking paths that are perfect for a stroll with your favorite Rover pup. Judd Community Park has a designated off-leash area that's perfect for dogs who prefer an off-leash romp. There is also a separate area for small and large dogs. Gateway dog park is another off-leash park in Fort Myers. It's about an acre and gives small and large dogs their own space with shade, grass, and water stations to stay hydrated.
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Fort Myers?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Fort Myers has neighborhoods are also dog friendly. Iona is a neighborhood in Fort Myers well known for its proximity to Sanibel Island, a popular destination for beaches. Iona also has a lot of beaches and a cute downtown area to explore with your pup. Captiva Island is another area of Fort Myers. Most people who live there or visit walk everywhere, since it's so quaint and small, so it's the perfect place to have an outdoor adventure with dogs of all sizes. Fort Myers Beach is also another dog-friendly neighborhood, with miles of beaches to walk and restaurants with outdoor seating to visit with your pup.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Seattle?
There are tons of dog sitters serving the greater Fort Myers area, plus Rover is a simple alternative to traditional dog boarding. You can browse hundreds of trusted dog sitters in minutes through the web or using the Rover app and book your favorite Fort Myers dog sitter with just a few taps.
Whether your Fort Myers dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Fort Myers' beautiful parks or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!