Albuquerque is difficult to spell... but it's easy to see this is what Southwest-style dog heaven looks like. Men's Fitness ranked ABQ (population 550,000) as the fittest city in America, so pets and pet sitters do lots of walking in the arid climate of mild winters and hot summers. The surrounding hills, bluffs, and mountains of Cibola National Forest feature miles of hiking trails with spectacular vistas for fun dog sitting adventures. Pet sitters enjoy taking their furry friends to see the canyons of Petroglyph National Monument with ancient carvings on volcanic rock. Dog sitting is also popular on the campus of the University of New Mexico. Traveling and can't take your pup with you? DogVacay.com's Albuquerque home dog boarding and pet sitting hosts would love to watch your pup!
With so many pet friendly activities, Albuquerque has clearly gone to the dogs. Pet sitters frequent Tingley Beach lakes at the fabulous BioPark, and 13 city-run dog parks, all free and most lighted. Most shops and restaurants embrace dogs and their pet sitters, too. At Geckos Gallery & Grill, waiters bring water and bacon to the table, Kelly's Brew Pub has dog food on the menu; and Flying Star Faces feature "patio" dining with dog tie-ups, water troughs and free biscuits. Pet sitters stay informed by reading the weekly Fetch pets section in the Albuqerque Journal. Your dog will have a great vacay with DogVacay.com and its wonderful home dog boarding hosts and pet sitters in Albuquerque.
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