Dog Boarding in Kalamazoo
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Kalamazoo?
When it comes to dog sitting, everyone wants their dog to feel just as loved while they're away as they do when they are getting snuggles at home. And with Rover, you can get connected to dog people who can't wait to treat your dog like you do - like family. Simply browse Rover's community of trusted dog sitters in minutes, and book your favorite Kalamazoo dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Kalamazoo?
Kalamazoo is a city with many popular attractions including the Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts and their Air Zoo which boasts a planetarium and museum, the Gilmore Car Museum with over 400 vintage cars and motorcycles, and the Kalamazoo Valley Museum a science museum for all ages. Residents also love Kalamazoo River Valley Trail that runs through the city and provides scenic views and an open air experience dogs will enjoy.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Kalamazoo?
Kalamazoo dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet-friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog-friendly parks include Prairie View Dog Park, with seven acres of fenced park area that includes a three-acre grass area, plenty of trees for shade, and a wooded section with a walking trail. Three more Kalamazoo dog parks are The River Oaks Dog Park, The Bark Park (its "small dog" area also welcomes shy dogs of all sizes), and Meadow Run Dog Park: a private dog park with 25 fenced acres and a fenced half-mile area for small and shy dogs, plus agility equipment. Kalamazoo also has several dog-friendly parks: Kal-Haven Trail is a 34.5-mile-long trail that connecting Kalamazoo to Lake Michigan; Al Sabo Nature Preserve features eight miles of trails through fields, forests, and wetlands; and Portage Creek Bicentennial Park Trail (Celery Flats) is a paved trail that runs along the Portage Creek.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Kalamazoo?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Kalamazoo's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. Westnedge Hill is one of Kalamazoo's most historic areas, situated at one of the highest points in the city. Or wander the streets of Stuart, where some of the neighborhood's homes date back to the 19th century - be on the lookout for Queen Anne- and Italianate-style houses. Oakland-Winchell has two city parks on the edge of Woods Lake. Edison is also worth a visit, featuring four of the city's parks, including the Mayor's Riverfront Park. Whether your Kalamazoo dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Kalamazoo'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!