Dog Boarding in Lincoln
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Lincoln?
Lincoln has tons of dog sitters serving thee area, making Rover 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 Lincoln dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Lincoln?
Home to the Nebraska State Capitol and the Lincoln Children's Zoo - not to mention Sunken Gardens, named in the National Geographic Guide to Public Gardens 300 Best Gardens to Visit in the United States and Canada - Lincoln offers plenty of must-see attractions. And outdoorsy type should be sure to stop by Pioneers Park Nature Center, a 668-acre preserve. Whether it's dog boarding you're looking for or any of our other many services, dog owners love the benefits that living in Lincoln provides. With the University of Nebraska located here, as well as lots of parks and walking trails like the MoPac Trail, there's always something to do or see with your dog. It's a great place to explore and see the beautiful scenery that Lincoln provides.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Lincoln?
Lincoln dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog friendly parks include: Rickman's Run, a huge 26-acre dog park with a separate small dog area, walking trail, and plenty of fenced-in play areas that are great for any size dog that enjoys an off-leash romp. Roper Park is another park in Lincoln that has a designated off-leash area, with separate areas for small and large dogs, water fountains, and shade shelters. Community parks, like Bethany Park, Ballard Park, and Easterday Park, have walking trails that are perfect for on-leash walks with dogs too. The MoPac Trail is a 26-mile walking, biking, and equestrian trail that runs from Lincoln to Wabash, Nebraska, and was built on an old abandoned part of the Missouri Pacific Railroad corridor. It's great for long or short walks or jogs with dogs of all sizes.
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Lincoln?
Along with beautiful parks for dog to enjoy, Lincoln's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. A few include: Woods Park, a historic neighborhood with lots of older-style homes and neighborhood parks that are great for dog walking. College View is another great neighborhood surrounding Union College, making it a great place for dogs and their owners or dog sitters to explore. Country Club in Lincoln is close to the Rock Island Bicycle Trail, and is a great neighborhood for dog walking. University Place is another college-centered neighborhood with great access to the University of Nebraska. Downtown Lincoln has also recently seen a resurgence, and is a great place to take your dog to explore shops, pocket parks, and much more.
Whether your Lincoln dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Lincoln's beautiful parks or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!