Dog Boarding in Silver Spring
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Silver Spring?
When pet parents are looking for an easy dog sitting alternative to the big boarding facilities, Silver Spring Rover sitters step in to treat their dog like they would - like family. Get connected to trusted dog people by browsing Rover's community of sitters in minutes, and book your favorite Silver Spring dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Silver Spring?
Hosting branches of both Montgomery College and Howard University, Silver Spring has a youthful vibe as well as a growing professional flavor. The downtown area is bustling with entertainment and ethnic festivals year round, and features popular attractions like the National Museum of Health and Medicine which outlines the history of military medicine. From the walkable college campuses to wooded trails along the 32.6 mile Rock Creek and beautiful parks there is something for both humans and dogs to enjoy in Silver Spring.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Silver Spring?
Silver Spring dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet-friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog-friendly parks include Sligo Creek Trail with more than 10 miles of paved walkways. It's one of the oldest trails in the county. Trails scattered throughout the park connect other park facilities, schools, and neighborhoods to the main trail. Acorn Park has - wait for it - an acorn-shaped gazebo and an artificial grotto in this 0.12-acre urban park in the downtown area. Burnt Mills East Special Park provides access to the Northwest Branch Trail, a 12.9-mile trail that runs from Randolph Road in Wheaton South across Route 29 to the Prince Georges County line. Another spot to check out is Woodside Urban Park at more than two acres. And if you're looking for an ultra dog-centric outing, Ellsworth Urban Dog Park features a dog play area with water fountains.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Silver Spring?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Silver Spring's many neighborhoods are also dog-friendly. Explore Four Corners and all its gawk-worthy historic homes, including the Silver Spring 1939 World's Fair Home and the brick Tudor Revival Washington Gas Model Home - in 1938, the latter ushered in Northwood Park's building program. A walk through Forest Glen will connect you to several parks including Rock Creek Park and the above-mentioned Sligo Creek Park. And the Wheaton neighborhood includes Wheaton Regional Park, home to a nature center and a dog park. Whether your Silver Spring dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Silver Spring's beautiful parks or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind knowing your pup is in good hands with Rover!