Fort Lauderdale Dog Boarding Just Got Awesome!
When you think about it, it makes sense that this is one of America's dog capitals. Fort Lauderdale is a retirement destination and older folks are less likely to have children, more likely to have a four-legged companion... and desire pet sitting or home dog boarding services. It also stands to reason that Fort Lauderdale was early to embrace dog parks, and there are some great ones in South Florida. Bark Park at Snyder Park on SW 4th Avenue is a favorite of dog sitters for size (two acres), separate runs for large and small pets, shade trees, agility course and dedicated dog lake (!), all for $1.00 per hour for parking. Canine Beach ($30 annual fee for residents, $45 non-residents) includes a dog beach and scenic walks for pet sitters on the A1A highway. Basically, Fort Lauderdale offers plenty of pet sitting and home dog boarding adventures.
The tropical climate attracts snowbirds (and spring-breakers), serviced by dog sitters who hike with pets in Hugh Taylor Beach Park or stroll the Riverwalk from downtown to the beaches – where they'll encounter dozens of pet-friendly restaurants and smiling shopkeepers who provide shade and dishes of cool water. The giant Swap Shop is an old-school attraction (billed as the world's largest daily flea market by day, a 14-screen drive-in theater by night) for you, your pet or dog sitter. For efficient, reliable connections to Fort Lauderdale pet sitting, visit DogVacay.com.