Dog Boarding in Milwaukee
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
|Avenues West||Bay View||Harambee||Historic Mitchell Street||Lincoln Village|
|Lower East Side||Muskego Way||Old North Milwaukee||Riverwest||Silver Spring|
Why do Milwaukee dog owners choose Rover dog boarding?
The largest city in the state of Wisconsin, Milwaukee draws visitors from around the globe to its Harley-Davidson Museum. But artsy types and plant enthusiasts consider it a destination too, thanks in part to the Milwaukee Art Museum and the must-visit Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory. Milwaukee dog owners, meanwhile, turn to Rover to give their dogs the best care they can. Rover dog sitters in Milwaukee will watch your pup in the comfort of their home, so you can relax when you're traveling or on vacation. It's a unique and growing alternative to traditional dog boarding in Milwaukee that dog owners are really embracing.
What do dog owners love about Milwaukee?
As the largest city in the state of Wisconsin, Milwaukee attracts all kinds of people with its rich history, beautiful parks, and up-and-coming neighborhoods. It's easy to see why pet parents love living in this friendly midwest city.
Which Milwaukee parks are good for dogs?
If you're looking to spend a day with your pup, check out one of the many DEAs, or Dog Exercise Areas, around Milwaukee. Granville Dog Exercise Area at Park Place is 10 acres of wooded trails, grassy hills, and open fields. Dogs are allowed off leash, and the area is fenced with one border being the Menomonee River. Milwaukee's largest dog park is the 26 acre Runway Dog Exercise Area at Oak Creek. There are separate play areas for large and small dogs and it's only $5 for a day pass. Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area is located within a local historic park, and features three acres of fenced-in play space. You can even become a regular when you buy a yearly pass. In Waukesha you'll find Minooka Park, full of wooded trails to explore, as well as a small dog area covering four acres and a large dog area spanning 12 acres. Another large dog park in the area is Katherine K. Carpenter Dog Park, with 35 acres for you and your dog to roam freely and a creek that's sure to pique your dog's curiosity.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Milwaukee?
There are loving pet parents all over Milwaukee, which means choosing a neighborhood is more about which tight-knit community resonates with you best than which neighborhoods is friendly to dogs. Check out Avenues West and Marquette for a lively college town vibe with Marquette University nearby, along with the Pabst Mansion. Get to know Milwaukee's jazz roots with the festivals and events around Bronzeville and neighboring Harambee and Halyard Park neighborhoods. Spend some time exploring East Town and discover lakefront fun, fascinating museums, and annual events like Bastille Day. In Menomonee River Valley, you'll find plenty of revitalized green spaces like the 24-acre Three Bridges Park and attractions like the Harley-Davidson Museum. A hip neighborhood popular with young professionals and families, Bay View is a lovely neighborhood on the banks of Lake Michigan. There's a big sense of community and heritage in Clarke Square, and you'll find a little bit of everything in Riverwest. Looking to discover somewhere with a fascinating history? Check out Brewers Hill, explore Walker's Point, or go shopping in the Historic Third Ward.