In the Queen City, dogs are treated like a king. Charlotte is a fast-growing big city (population 750,000; metro area 2.25 million) that extends small-town hospitality to pets and dog sitters at every turn. Saying that the majority of businesses are pet friendly isn't much of a stretch. Okay, so the NASCAR Hall of Fame doesn't allow dogs, but take the trendy NoDa (North Davidson) area of shops and eateries, where dogs can dine with their pet sitters outdoors. One is dog-themed (Jack Beagle's) and another, The Dog Bar, is essentially a dog park where man and Man's Best Friend drink together at the bar.
Last call is 1:30 a.m. Let your pup kick up his paws with DogVacay.com and one of its Charlotte home dog boarding or pet sitting hosts.
Charlotte offers a half-dozen conventional off-leash dog parks for dog sitting adventures, plus two more at man-made Lake Norman, yet it's the city's on-leash open spaces that stand out.
Freedom Park, "our Central Park," is located in the middle of town for dogs to romp and play. It links to the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, an innovative urban nature walk/stream restoration project that is a pleasure for pet sitters to promenade for as many as 10 miles in the mild four-season climate.
DogVacay.com and its outstanding Charlotte home dog boarding and pet sitting hosts will give your pup a vacation to remember!
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