Dog Boarding in Rochester
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|19th Ward||Beechwood||Charlotte||Culver-Winton||East Avenue|
|Edgerton||Lyell-Otis||Maplewood||Park Avenue||Upper Falls|
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Rochester, NY?
With tons of dog sitters serving the greater Rochester area, Rover is a simple alternative to traditional dog boarding. You can browse hundreds of trusted dog sitters in minutes on the Rover website or using the Rover app and book your favorite Rochester dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Rochester?
Whether they are looking for dog boarding in Rochester or one of our many other services, dog owners will love the benefits that Rochester provides for them and their dogs. Family-friendly favorites include the Strong Museum of Play, established in 1969, and the 20-acre Seneca Park Zoo. One of just 13 trolley parks still open in the United States, the Seabreeze Amusement Park is a retro pleasure, while The Rochester Museum & Science Center is the spot for budding STEMsters. Film buffs, meanwhile, flock to the The George Eastman Museum, containing one of the world's oldest film archives. There are a lot of outdoor music and art festivals, including the Rochester International Jazz Festival. The Rochester Public Market is a year-round outdoor market with vendors selling produce and other goods. It's a great place to explore with your dog, there's always things to see and do in Rochester!
What are some great dog-walking parks in Rochester?
Rochester dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog friendly parks include: various off-leash dog parks, like the Dog Park at Cobbs Hill and the Henrietta dog park, which are perfect for dogs who enjoy an off-leash romp or playing with other dogs. If you're looking for beautiful trails and a place to get lost and explore, Genesee Valley Park is a great park for all that and more. Located along the Genesee River, there are multiple trails to explore that dog sitters and dogs of all sizes will enjoy. Gates Town Park also has trails to explore and a small pond with a dock, perfect for settling down with your dog and checking out the water.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Rochester?
Along with beautiful parks for dog to enjoy, Rochester's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. To name a few, Corn Hill is located near downtown and is a center for arts and entertainment. Upper Monroe consists of Cobbs Hill Park and Highland Park, both neighborhoods that are less than one and a half miles from the downtown core of Rochester. Maplewood is a great Rochester neighborhood that is known for all of its parks and greenspace, which is perfect for dog boarding sitters looking for places to walk dogs, play fetch, and take pups on fun adventures.
Whether your Rochester dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of
Rochester's beautiful parks or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover! You can enjoy your trip and know that your dog is also having a good time too.