Dog Boarding in Nashville
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
|Bellmont Hillsboro||Brick Church Bellshire||Glencliff||Green Hills||Haynes Area|
|Heron Walk||Hillsboro West End||Inglewood-Riverwood||Southeast||Talbot's Corner|
Why do dog owners love Nashville?
Welcome to the Athens of the South! Perhaps best known for its rich music history, Nashville is a city unlike any other, which may be why dog owners love to live there. Featuring tons of great parks and outdoor activities, Nashville is a wonderful place for a dog to call home. And when Nashville dog owners leave their dogs with a trusted sitter, they can head out to famous music venue Ryman Hall, tour the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, or stroll the sprawling grounds at Belle Meade Mansion.
Why choose dog boarding with Rover in Nashville?
When you choose a Rover dog sitter in Nashville, your dog gets the one-on-one care they deserve. Thanks to services like Rover, Nashville's dog boarding options have greatly expanded, meaning you can find just the right match for you and your pup. Book a Rover sitter and your dog will be treated like part of the family whenever you're away from home.
What are some good neighborhoods in Nashville for dogs?
Have you heard of the Grand Ole Opry? You'll find it in Opryville, otherwise known as Music Valley. This famous neighborhood is also home to all kinds of entertainment, including Nashville Palace, along with plenty of delicious barbecue restaurants. In Midtown, or Vanderbilt, you can take in some live music at venues like Losers Bar & Grill and check out the nightlife the local college students enjoy. Near Vanderbilt University, West End/Elliston Place has a trendy college town feel. You'll also find a full scale replica of the Greek Parthenon in Centennial Park. Germantown is Nashville's first suburb. Baseball fans can watch the Nashville Sounds play at First Tennessee Park. In 12 South and Green Hills you can eat, drink, play, and socialize. Known by several names - Music Row, Demonbreun, or Edgehill - this cool area is the heart of Nashville's entertainment industry and home to places like the Historic RCA Studio B and Southern Ground Nashville. And SoBro, meaning "South of Broadway," was revitalized with the opening of the Music City Center convention center. There's so much to enjoy and explore in Nashville!
Which Nashville dog parks are a must visit?
If you and your pup are looking for a place to enjoy together, check out one of the many beautiful dog parks throughout Nashville. Warner Dog Park in Edwin Warner Park features benches to relax on and a wide open space perfect for dogs to run around and get some extra puppy energy out. Frequented by locals, Shelby Dog Park is spacious and well-maintained, making it a great place for dogs and people to socialize. There's also Centennial Dog Park which has some clever drinking fountains for both pups and their humans. Two Rivers Dog Park is a wide open park great for dogs to practice their zoomies in, and even features a wooded area to keep cool on hotter days. Locals love this park, and there's plenty of free, easy parking!