Dog Boarding in Oakland
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|Maxwell Park||Piedmont||Piedmont Avenue||Rancho San Antonio||Upper Rockridge|
What are some dog-friendly parks in Oakland?
With the temperate weather in Oakland, it's always a good time to get outside with your dog, whether you're a dog sitter or owner. Redwood Regional Park is located in the hills east of downtown Oakland, and has tons of trails and open space for dogs to run. They are allowed to be in the entire park on-leash, and are even allowed off-leash in some of the undeveloped areas. Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve is another wooded park with lots of trails to explore on leash. Off-leash activity is also allowed in the less-developed areas of the park. Lake Merritt is closer to downtown Oakland and is a great place for dog sitters to take a stroll with small, medium, or large dogs on leash.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Oakland?
As one of of California's biggest cities, Oakland has a ton of dog sitters that are highly qualified to watch your pets. All you have to do to find overnight dog boarding or any other service from Rover is search our site or app for sitters in the Oakland area. From there you can decide to book one, which can be done in just a few minutes.
Why do dog owners love Oakland?
From the 2,079-acre Tilden Regional Park to lively Jack London Square, dog owners in Oakland always have something fun to look forward to when it comes to being able to get out and about with their dogs. Dog owners really appreciate the great weather and the many attractions that Oakland offers, including a huge Chinatown district, Lake Merritt, and the Redwood Regional Park - home to the largest remaining natural stand of coast redwood found in the East Bay. Oakland dog owners can also leave their dog with a sitter and head to the famous Oakland Zoo and its 650 species, or escape to Children's Fairyland, a transporting amusement park with a storybook theme.
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Oakland?
No matter what you're looking for, there's probably a neighborhood in Oakland that has it, especially when it comes to dog-friendly activities. The Rockridge neighborhood is quiet and family-friendly, and has small local parks that are perfect for taking dogs for a quick walk. Piedmont Avenue is another popular Oakland neighborhood, and is home to the Mountain View Cemetery, a cemetery well known for having famous people buried there. Taking a walk through the cemetery would be a fun adventure to take your dog on. If you like to take lake walks, Grand-Lake Merritt is the neighborhood for you. It has a great park called Lake Merritt with a 3.4-mile walking path that's perfect for short and long walks with small, medium or large dogs.
Oakland dog boarding or any other services are just a tap or click away on Rover. Your dog will have fun taking a hike in one of the many wooded parks or will enjoy a stroll around a neighborhood in town. And you will be able to enjoy what you're doing and know that your dog is safe and in good hands with Rover.