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Dog Boarding In Miami
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The Most Popular Miami Dog Names of 2015
What dog name trends are hot in Miami? The weather certainly influences pet parents. Sandy, Sunny, and Pebbles can all be found in the top 10 most popular nature-themed names. Does Miami top Los Angeles with their love of all things fashion? Almost. Los Angeles still ranks first for brand-themed dog names, but you won't find a shortage of dogs named Coco, Gucci, or Dulce in Miami, which ranks fifth for most dogs named after brands and fashion.
Book with Rover and Donate to a Local NonprofitRover 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 Miami 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 Miami.
Amigos de los Animales
Amigos de los Animales is a rescue non-profit 501c(3) whose mission is a to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home domestic stray animals dumped on the streets and beaches of Puerto Rico. They have a small shelter (their president's home) where they give the animals the love and attention they need to become great pets. Once per year they also give the only animal control officer / cruelty investigator certification course on the island in collaboration with our Puerto Rico Health Department and Career Development Institute of New Jersey. Their goal is help eradicate the stray animal situation in Puerto Rico. They regularly hold low cost sterilisation clinics where residents from lower socio economic means can get their pets sterilised and vaccinated. They are part of the solution.
K-9 For Love
K-9 For Love Inc. is a -501(c)(3)- not-for profit dog rescue established in December of 2005. It was formed by a group of individuals concerned for the growing number of dogs being abused, mistreated, abandoned, or killed. The dogs they take in are strays, abused or abandoned, homeless, and/or dogs that were going to be euthanized. They also take in dogs from private owners who can no longer keep them for different reasons.
More on Miami
Miami, nicknamed the "Gateway to America," is a city with a year-round warm climate and happy citizens to boot. We suspect Miami natives' upbeat attitudes may have something to do with their sunshine and abundance of beaches ... but we also suspect it has something to do with their abundance of furry friends. With clear waters and smooth sand, Miami is a dog's paradise and a dog lover's playground.
Pet parents are often drawn to South Beach, which is known for nightlife unlike any other. However, North Beach is a worthy alternative with Latin-inspired cuisine and music. If your dog isn't of legal drinking age or just doesn't like getting sandy, check out the local hiking trails and off-the-leash dog parks Miami offers locals and vacationers alike.
Rover.com knows that sometimes you just need a vacation (or staycation). And sometimes, your dog simply can't come along for the ride. That's why we've created a network of local dog lovers for hire, offering the most-caring dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking in Miami. Scroll through our list of Miami dog lovers until you find the perfect match. For more information, stop by our How it Works page. Your dog will thank you.