Dog Boarding in Tallahassee
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Tallahassee?
Along with the 50-year old Tallahassee Museum and 17th century Mission San Luis, Tallahassee is home to lots of dog sitters, making Rover a simple alternative to any traditional dog boarding scenario. If you want to find a dog sitter to watch your dog while you're away, all you need to do is search Tallahassee dog sitters who are available when you need them either on the website or Rover app. After you find one, it takes just a few minutes to secure a booking.
What are some dog-friendly parks in Tallahassee?
Anyone with a dog knows: They love to get outside and play! Thankfully, Tallahassee has parks and recreation areas that you and your dog are sure to enjoy. With an area of 12 acres, Lake Ella is a popular spot for both humans and dogs alike. A short walking path of about .6 miles is available for quick strolls, or you can take your dog and relax in the grass with a beverage. If you're looking for more adventure, J.R. Alfred Greenway is the place (er park) to go to, with miles of biking and walking trails through 800 acres of pastures, swamps and forests. Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park is a 1,176-acre botanical garden that's also a historic site, meanwhile Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park is an important excavation site for artifacts of the Fort Walton Culture, who resided here between the years 1050 - 1500. San Luis Mission Park is one of two parks with a designated off-leash area, so if you and your dog prefer that, it's definitely a place to check out. If you want separate off-leash areas for small and large dogs, Tom Brown Park has all that and more.
What are some dog-friendly neighborhoods in Tallahassee?
Tallahassee's many neighborhoods are full of fun dog-friendly things to do. Midtown/East Tallahassee is close to two different universities, Florida A&M and Florida State, and has several large parks that are perfect for playing fetch or taking a walk with your dog after work. Levy Park is another neighborhood in Tallahassee that is close the Lake Ella, so it's perfect if your dog enjoys short walks and getting outside.
Why do dog owners love Tallahassee?
If it is dog boarding in Tallahassee you're looking for or any of our other services, dog owners are huge fans of all the benefits Tallahassee provides them and their dogs. The many large and sprawling parks like J.R. Alford Greenway - an 800 acres green space - and San Luis Mission Park make having a dog in Tallahassee easy and fun. The neighborhood areas where you can walk with your dog down the street are also a good perk.
Rover dog sitters in Tallahassee will be sure to give your dog a fun adventure while you're away, and you won't have to worry about your dog being alone or in a traditional boarding situation. They will be with a trusted Rover dog sitter who will treat them like family and keep them safe.