Akron Dog Boarding Just Got Awesome!
Akron (population 200,000) is unlike some Rust Belt communities: Rubber City has bounced back with new technologies, a vibrant downtown, and renewed emphasis on quality-of-life parks that are a boon to dogs. Pet sitters and pets can walk au naturel on more than 120 miles of trails in the county's MetroParks system; the abandoned Ohio-Erie Canal is now a series of trails leading through Cuyahoga National Park north of town; and in town is Portage Lakes State Park with swimming for leashed pets. Dog sitting hosts are commonly seen at Sunday Woof Walks at the Stan Hyvet Hall and Gardens, a trip of sensory pleasures through the manicured estate of Goodyear's founder. Let DogVacay.com connect you with home dog boarding and pet sitting in Akron, and your pup will surely thank you!
BARC Dog Park is the official off-leash park in Akron, but pet sitters also travel to Keyser Park and Schellin Park in Wooster. There's also Bow Wow Beach in Stow, which unabashedly labels itself "America's Premier Dog Park" with 7.5 fenced acres of grassy knolls, sand beaches, a lake, and exercise areas. Pet sitters and dogs both enjoy dog friendly businesses along Main Street near the Lock 3 Park, home to free concerts and the Homeground Saturday Mornings market. And who'd expect a pet friendly winery in Akron (The Winery at Wolf Creek, 10 minutes away in Norton)? Enjoy this little gem in Ohio while your pup stays with a local dog sitter and receives outstanding home dog boarding in Akron at DogVacay.com.