Dog Boarding in McAllen
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in McAllen?
McAllen residents choose Rover dog boarding because it's safe and easy, and they can rest assured knowing their dog sitter will love their pup the same way they do.
With plenty of caring dog sitters in the McAllen area, Rover is a simple alternative to traditional dog boarding in the city of palms. You can browse trusted dog sitters in minutes through the web or using the Rover app and book your favorite Hidalgo County dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love McAllen?
From the Palm View Golf Course to the Bicentennial Bike Path, McAllen offers plenty of opportunities to stay outdoors in South Texas's subtropical climate - at least when it's not too hot out! A visit to the Spanish colonial mansion Quinta Mazatlan, where the grounds are home to 250 avian species, is a must for birdwatching. On the migratory path between North and South America, McAllen is generally a great spot for seeing birds and butterflies. If you are more of a history buff the International Museum of Art & Science features pieces by Picasso or you can stop by the McAllen Heritage Center to learn more about the local history.
What are some great dog-walking parks in McAllen?
The fenced, double-gated McAllen Off-Leash Dog Park is a spacious dog park with separate sections for large and small pups. Dog sitters keep their canine clients leashed at Bill Schupp Park, a gorgeous family-friendly green space with playgrounds and wide walkways for jogging or strolling beneath the palms. Just a few minutes out of town, Catherine B. Stillman Park offers spacious grounds for dogs to run and play fetch off of the leash.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in McAllen?
McAllen has a reputation for being quieter than its Rio Grande neighbors Laredo and Brownsville. Residents enjoy wandering the shops and cafes in its friendly downtown area, featuring gorgeous examples of Spanish colonial architecture as well as the 17th Street Entertainment District. Dog friendly restaurants in McAllen include Coffee with Companions, where leashed dogs are welcomed on the patio and treats are free inside. Texadelphia, which combines Texas cuisine with the Philadelphia cheesesteak tradition, is also dog-friendly. Edinburg, five miles north of McAllen, is a pretty city known as the "Gateway City to the Rio Grande Valley." Home to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, it also boasts the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands, one of nine sites of the World Birding Center.
If you're looking for qualified and reasonable dog sitting and dog boarding in McAllen, Rover is for you! The sitter you choose will take great care of your dog with fun walks and adventures, and keep them safe and happy until you return.