Dog Boarding in Vancouver
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Vancouver?
When it comes to dog sitting, everyone wants their dog to feel just as loved while they're away as they do when they are getting snuggles at home. And with Rover, you can get connected to dog people who can't wait to treat your dog like you do - like family. Simply browse Rover's community of trusted dog sitters in minutes, and book your favorite Vancouver dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Vancouver?
Seated on the north bank of the Columbia River, Vancouver is bursting with natural beauty. And from water sports hub Lacamas Lake to quaint Hayden Island, it's a great spot for anyone who loves the great outdoors - including dog owners and their pups! Home to Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, a 19th century fur-trading post, and the The Pearson Air Museum and its collection of World War I planes, it also has plenty to attract history buffs.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Vancouver?
Vancouver dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet-friendly parks around the city. One popular option is the Clark County Dog Park; another is the Waterfront Renaissance Trail - a five-mile path for pedestrians and cyclists that has gorgeous views and plenty of shops and restaurants along the way if you're looking to linger or grab a bite. Make your way along the walking paths in 29.6-acre LeRoy Haagen Memorial Park, or, if you're looking for river views, head to Wintler Community Park with its 12.5-acres of beach access, benches, picnic tables and scenic mountain vistas. You'll also find great walking paths at Jaggy Road Park, Vancouver Lake Regional Park, Frenchman's Bar Regional Park (along the Columbia River), and Leverich Park, located along Burnt Bridge Creek in a natural area of Vancouver that's great for hiking.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Vancouver?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Vancouver's many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. The Shumway Neighborhood is just ten blocks from the city center, and is spotted with a variety of local shops - as well as being adjacent to Uptown Village in the Hough neighborhood, one of Vancouver's hipper areas. The Ester Short neighborhood also boasts restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, as well as Ester Short Park. The oldest public square in the Pacific Northwest, it features five acres of public green space in the heart of the city. Or take a stroll through Arnada, one of Vancouver's oldest neighborhoods, spotted with old-growth trees and vintage homes. The neighborhood also has a park that's worth a pop-in. Whether your Vancouver dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Vancouver's beautiful parks or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!