Dog Boarding in New Orleans
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
|Audubon||Central City||Gentilly Terrace||Little Woods||Mid-City|
|Old Aurora||Read Blvd East||Seventh Ward||Tall Timbers-Brechtel||Village De L'est|
Rover also offers dog boarding in:
|Arabi, LA||Gretna, LA||Harvey, LA||Jefferson, LA||Marrero, LA|
|Metairie, LA||Storyville, LA||Terrytown, LA||Timberlane, LA||Westwego, LA|
New Orleans Bark Score
Vet Availability: 47 (US Avg 40)
Pet Services: 62 (US Avg 58)
Parks and Fun: 67 (US Avg 57)
Quality of Life: 63 (US Avg 58)
Whether you prefer a Mardi Gras ball or a tennis ball, laid back Labradors and relaxed Retrievers have plenty of opportunities to have a good time in the Big Easy. Pet parents can take their pooch for a stroll through the French Quarter to sniff out some fun. (Hint: Sharing a beignet will ensure you get lots of doggie kisses!)
For an off-leash romp, head over to the Tchoupitoulas Dog Park or the Cabrini Dog Park. You'll find plenty of new pals and even a few small pools to splash in. Still up for more advanture? The 4.6 acres of the NOLA City Bark will give Fido plenty of room to get into a little good-natured doggie trouble. (A collar is required, but beads are optional.)
Sometimes you need to head out of town, but that doesn't mean the fun needs to stop for your furry best friend. Take a look through Rover's dog boarding in New Orleans, LA. You'll find a plethora of pet sitters who will love your dog as much as you do and who will make sure you come home to a happily wagging tail.
Book a Stay, Donate to a Cause
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 New Orleans with the Rover Donation Badge for one of these nonprofits, and a portion of your fee will be donated.
We're partnered with over 200 shelters across the nation, including The Coalition to Unchain Dogs.