Dog Boarding In Las Vegas
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Sitters needed! Stays are booked on Rover every minute of every day, and more than 92 percent of the population lives within a short drive of one of our 25,000 sitters. Become a Rover sitter in Las Vegas and make up to $1,000 or more per month.
Wondering how much you can expect to pay for a night on Rover.com? Check out our average dog sitting rates to get an idea before you start a conversation with a sitter.
Sit a Dog, Save a LifeSit 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 Las Vegas 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 Las Vegas.
Samadhi Legacy FoundationThe Samadhi Legacy Foundation is a no-kill shelter and training center for all breeds of dogs. Our 1st mission is to rescue, train, foster, and find permanent homes for all our breeds, with an emphasis on Pit Bulls.
Our passion lies not only in animal rescue, but in our animal advocacy mission. Our 2nd mission as advocates is to educate. Our goal is to educate the public regarding the unfair stigma associated with “Bully Breeds” and to foster reform laws so that no-kill shelters are the norm.
Southern Nevada Beagle Rescue FoundationSouthern Nevada Beagle Rescue Foundation (SNBRF) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to the rescue of Beagles and education about responsible dog and puppy ownership. They provide rescue and adoption services primarily in Las Vegas, Henderson, and the rest of Clark County Nevada and find permanent homes for Beagles who have been surrendered by their owners or who have been abandoned or abused.
More on Las VegasSin City, known for its flashy lights and mega casinos, is sure the impress you and your pooch. Together, you can experience (some) of the world's wonders while eating a baguette (or bone) atop the faux Eiffel Tower. Perhaps top the day with bit of jousting in a medieval castle or a visit Caesar's Palace, whichever suits your dog's fancy. If Fido isn't much of a gambler, venture out to Red Rock Canyon or try your luck at dog docking - a Las Vegas tradition of jumping off a dock into a cool pool of water. Whatever your dog desires, Las Vegas is bound to have it.
Need a break from the pool parties and glamorous shows? Rover.com has you and your dog covered. From Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere, Rover.com has built a network of dog lovers so owners in need of loving Las Vegas dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking services can always find their match.