Dog Boarding In Minneapolis
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Sit a Dog, Save a Life
Sit a Dog, Save a Life lets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already... asking your friends, family and neighbors to watch your dog while you travel, instead of leaving him in a kennel! Look for sitters in Minneapolis with the Rover Donation Badge for one of these nonprofits, and a portion of your fee will be donated.
It is MN SNAP's mission to end the suffering and death of homeless animals due to pet overpopulation by providing high-quality, affordable, and accessible spay and neuter services to Minnesota shelters, rescue organizations, and the companion animals of the low-income community.
The fully equipped veterinary clinic on wheels delivers low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter surgeries for these organizations and pet owners in Minnesota. MN SNAP reaches pets in neighborhoods where cost, transportation, or the absence of veterinary services is an obstacle to obtaining animal health care and spay/neuter services.
More on MinneapolisMinneapolis is also known as the City of Lakes. With a name like that, you can be certain of this city's scenic location also boasts a plenitude of recreational activities for you and your dog.
Along with its Twin City, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area is a thriving metropolis for lovers of culture, the outdoors, and, of course, dogs. And it certainly helps that Minneapolis is ranked ninth most walkable city in the United States. Cool off in one of the surrounding lakes or check out one of the area's 1,600 rail-trails supported by Luce Line State Trail. You can also hike along gorgeous waterfalls at Minnehaha Park or try one of the walking art tours in historic downtown.
Whether you're a city dweller or a nature lover, you and your dog have plenty to share in Minneapolis. However, for those solo trips, let Rover.com find a loving sitter to watch your furry companion while you're away. Our network of loving Minneapolis dog boarding hosts, dog sitters, and dog walkers offer only the best for you and your dog. At Rover.com, we work for it, we blog about it, and we live it. Because we're dog lovers, too.