Dog Boarding in Knoxville
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
|Beaumont||Belle Morris||Downtown Knoxville||Fort Sanders||Mechanicsville|
|Mornngside||Oakwood||Park City||Parkridge||South Knoxville|
Why do dog owners love living in Knoxville?
Knoxville - home to James White's Fort, the historic Market Square, and the Museum of East Tennessee History - is a city with a rich and fascinating past. So it's not surprising that so many people, including lots of proud pet owners, choose to live in Knoxville. With so many well-maintained parks and available Rover dog sitters and walkers, being a dog owner in Knoxville has never been easier or more enjoyable.
Why choose Rover for dog boarding in Knoxville?
Rover dog boarding in Knoxville offers pet parents the option to leave their dogs in a home environment while they're away. Dogs are treated like part of the family with Rover dog sitters in Knoxville. Simply book a sitter in your neighborhood and drop your dog off at your sitter's dog-friendly home before you travel.
Which neighborhoods are good for dog owners in Knoxville?
you'll find loving pet parents in every corner of Knoxville, including residential neighborhoods like Oakwood-Lincoln. First Creek flows through the area, giving it a quaint feel, and there are a number of officially recognized historic buildings nearby, like The Christenberry Club Room. Just west of downtown and north of the University of Tennessee, you'll find the Fort Sanders neighborhood. Home to lots of college students, you'll also find some beautiful original Victorian-era houses in this area. Old North Knoxville is a historic residential district with a number of historically notable houses, like the W.R. Cooper House built around 1883 and Marble Hill, and Arts and Crafts "bungalow mansion." South of the Tennessee River lies South Knoxville, which is connected to downtown via four different bridges. One of the city's oldest neighborhoods is Mechanicsville, originally established in the 1860s. Through historic zoning and design standards, the neighborhoods retains its 19th-century charm, and you can walk around taking it all in with buildings like Fire Station No. 5 on Arthur Street. Knoxville features a number of historic buildings, from downtown through residential areas, so be sure to get out and explore some beautiful areas with your pup on walks!
What Knoxville parks should dog owners visit for walks?
Spending the day with your dog in Knoxville is a lot of fun thanks to the numerous parks and dog-friendly areas throughout the city. Be sure to check out Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park for its two acres of space with separate areas of large and small dogs. It even connects with the 0.4-mile loop of the Charter Doyle Greenway. Situation in Victor Ashe Park you'll find Dogwood Park, which has the distinction of being Knoxville's very first public dog park. There's an off-leash area with a puppy playground and even a dog water fountain. The Downtown PetSafe Dog Park features an attractive entrance that matches the buildings surrounding it. On the south end of Holston River Park along the Holston River Greenway is Holston River Petsafe Dog Park, where your dog can sniff out the competition on the park's classic doggy fire hydrant. If your dog loves to swim, head over to PetSafe Concord Dog Park which has dock access, four acres of space to roam, and even a doggy shower. PetSafe Village Dog Park is a fully staffed park with a natural pond, agility equipment, and walking trails.