Dogs get the royal treatment in the Queen City. Cincinnati (population 300,000, metro area 2.1 million) is an urban center with unique small-town surprises for pets and pet sitters. The most walkable city in Ohio features the Steps of Cincinnati, 30 miles of 19th-century walkways spanning the hills; dogs enjoy the exercise, pet sitters love the panoramas. Fountain Square (open to pets on specific days) and Findlay Market are downtown treasures; pets can dine and drink with their dog sitters at
popular spots, like Market Wines and Grammer's.
Beyond that are dog friendly neighborhoods, such as Over-The-Rhine with Neons Unplugged, a restaurant that caters specifically to canines, and Mt. Adams, by the Ohio River and Eden.
Parks are a pet sitter's favorite for outdoor dog sitting adventures. With so many fun pet activities available, it's no wonder that traveling pet parents turn to DogVacay.com to connect with the best dog sitting and home dog boarding in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati is home to six dog parks and pet sitters love them; the most exclusive ($25 monthly) is Wags Park, complete with playsets, agility courses and "competition diving board"; the free 10-acre Armleder Park is ideal for a nice long walk with a pet sitter's furry guests. The finest place to unleash the hounds is Mount Airy Forest, a 1,500-acre urban sanctuary.
For puppy- and people-watching, the stately campuses of the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University are a favored destination of dog sitters. Show your dog that good Ohioan hospitality and find the best home dog boarding and pet sitting in Cincinnati at DogVacay.com. Your dog will thank you!
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