Dog Boarding in Lexington
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Lexington?
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 Lexington dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Lexington?
When you think Lexington, you think horses - so it's no wonder that the city hosts a working horse farm and equine education facility called Kentucky Horse Park. And while it's known for its thoroughbred racetracks like Keeneland, Lexington doesn't discriminate when it comes to providing beautiful spaces for animals. This pet-loving town is spotted with a number of dog-friendly parks and neighborhoods that both walkers and pups will enjoy. Plus, any outdoors lover would rush to the 734-acre Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, not to mention Fort Boonesborough State Park, a one-time frontier fort founded by Daniel Boone himself. Care for some more historical-figure name dropping? Lexington's also got the Mary Todd Lincoln House and the stately Henry Clay Estate. Whatever their passions, Lexington dog owners will never run out of excellent attractions to enjoy.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Lexington?
Lexington dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures at spots like Coldstream Park. Spanning 12 acres, it offers access to both paved and dirt trails. You can also take your pup to fenced-in dog areas - there are separate areas for smaller dogs. Jacobson Park, Masterson Station Park, and Wellington Park are great for extra-hot days, all offering shaded areas and water hydrants for cooling off. A couple smaller parks - perfect for dogs with shorter strides - are Phoenix Park: an urban dog park in a central downtown location, and Pleasant Ridge Park. Described as more of a "dog pad" than a dog park, this park provides a half acre for stretching your legs.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Lexington?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Lexington's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. Head to historic downtown to take a stroll through nearby Gratz park or gawk at the architecture before finding a restaurant patio to lounge at - with cool refreshments for everyone! Beaumont Circle boasts miles of safe sidewalks for strolling, or you can hop on a trail at Beaumont Preserve's 23-acre park. Like absorbing a little history while you walk? Head to Liberty Heights' Johnson Heights Park to see charming post-war homes and apartments as you go. Or visit the shady, tree-lined streets of Chevy Chase/Ashland Park where there's plenty of green space, as well as the Ashland Estate - the historic home and gardens of statesman Henry Clay are open to the public. Whether you're Lexington dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Lexington's beautiful parks while dog sitting or stays around the neighborhood, have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!