Dog Boarding in Tampa
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
Why do dog owners love Tampa?
The Tampa Bay Area is a hugely diverse city with lots to offer local dog owners. From amazing latin cuisine and scenic historic districts to meticulous dog parks, it's no wonder pet parents love living in Tampa.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Tampa?
Your dog gets to experience all the comforts of home with Rover dog sitters in Tampa. Pups are treated like part of the family in a Rover sitter's home, which is a unique and trusted way to book dog boarding in Tampa, and one pet owners really seem to love in this beautiful Florida city.
Which Tampa neighborhoods are best for dog owners?
No matter where you go in Tampa, you'll find loving pet owners looking for the best for their pups. Hampton Terrace Historic District, originally called Lakewood Manor Subdivision, is a quiet residential area covering 1,150 acres, including the scenic Lake Roberta in its bounds. Conveniently close to downtown, Hyde Park is another great neighborhood to settle down in, encompassing Hyde Park Village and SoHo. It's bordered by Bayshore Boulevard, known for its gently curving greenway and skyline views - it also happens to be the world's longest sidewalk! Great for a sunny stroll with your pup. Known now as a gourmet dining destination, Seminole Heights is home to two-time James Beard Nominee The Refinery, along with Independent Bar & Cafe, and Ella's Americana Folk Art Cafe. Tampa Heights is one of the oldest and most diverse neighborhoods in Tampa, including historic buildings like the Tampa Free Library and new renovations like Water Works Park. It's bounded by the Hillsborough River and covers about 3.5 square miles. Another historic Tampa neighborhood is West Tampa, featuring delicious Colombian cuisine and old cigar factories that speak to the area's roots and cultural history. Founded in the 1880's, Ybor City was originally populated almost entirely by immigrants and earned the nickname "Cigar City" as it grew. Today, you can learn about its rich history at the Cigar Museum and Visitor Center, Ybor City Museum State Park, and TECO Line Streetcar Museum.
What dog parks in Tampa should are great for a walk?
Spend the day with your dog at one of Tampa's beautiful dog parks. Like Logan Gate Dog Park, which features kiddie pools in both the large and small dog areas to help your pup cool off on a hot day. Plus, dogs can work off some excess energy in the agility courses available. Be sure to bring some sunscreen to Davis Island Dog Park, where your pup can enjoy a day at the beach. If they're not that into waves and sand, there's room for romping in the regular dog area in this laid-back, fun park for humans and their canine companions. Looking for a dog park that has it all? Check out the well-maintained Rowlett Dog Park. There's plenty of shade, a dog obstacle course, separate small dog area, and even a public restroom nearby. If your dog likes room to roam, head over to Al Lopez Park, which covers approximately 132 acres including a nature trail, freshwater pond, dedicated dog park area, and a community center to visit.