Dog Boarding in Spokane
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Why do dog owners love living in Spokane?
Spokane is a beautiful place to live, with some amazing scenery, a tight-knit community, and great opportunities to get out into nature, like Spokane Falls. It's no wonder dog owners enjoy living here, especially with loving pet care options like Rover available that makes being a pet parent easier than ever.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Spokane?
With Rover, your pup is treated like part of your sitter's family. Try a new way of booking dog boarding in Spokane where your dog gets all the comforts of home while you're away. Dog sitters in Spokane are available whenever you need them, weekend, holidays, and over spring break.
Which neighborhoods do dog owners like in Spokane?
In the Hillyard neighborhood, you'll find a diverse mix of public amenities, like Harmon Park, the local Buddhist temple, the Historic Hillyard Business District, and community events such as the Hillyard Festival and Chalk Art Walk. There's so much to see and do in the Logan neighborhood, most notably take a walk through Gonzaga University's scenic campus. You'll also find The Crosby House which is a museum dedicated to Bing Crosby, who attended Gonzaga. Plus, you can't miss the Spokane River running through the neighborhood, along with The Centennial Trail and The Iron Bridge offering views of the water. Known as an access point to outdoor adventure in the area, Minnehaha is in close proximity to Beacon Hills trails and climbing at Minnehaha Rocks. There's lots to see and do in the Browne's Addition neighborhood, like spending an afternoon at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, or visiting one of several local parks like Coeur D'Alene Park and Overlook Park. Peaceful Valley is a quiet, tight-knit community full of treasures like Glover Field, established in 1912, Peaceful Valley Park, and Peitsch House, one of the oldest single-family residences in the area having been constructed in 1891. In Riverside, you can visit the site of the 1974 World's Fair at Riverfront Park or catch a show at Fox Theatre. Emerson-Garfield is a neighborhood with lots of history to discover, including the Drumheller Springs Historic District and the Carnegie Library. Don't forget to make a stop at The Milk Bottle in North Hill, an iconic restaurant and ice cream parlor.
What Spokane parks are good for dogs?
SpokAnimal's Dog Park at High Bridge is a great place to spend the day with your dog. It's an 11-plus acre park across the road from the beautiful Spokane River. There are dedicated areas for large and small dogs to keep pups safe and having fun with other pups their own size. There are a handful of beautiful parks to visit in Spokane, such as Audubon Park, Comstock Park, and Corbin Park, but be sure to check if dogs are allowed or should remain on leash. Another option in the area is South Hill Dog Park, which features a large fenced-in area for dogs to run and play in. There are even trails to walk or run around the area with your dog on leash.