Warren Buffett, Omaha's most famous resident, has lived here all his life; he has his reasons. And dogs and dog sitters have plenty of reasons to love Omaha and mid-American virtues as well. How many cities have a church catering to pets and pet sitters? Underwood Hills Presbyterian does just that by offering weekly Paws & Prayers services. Dog parks are scattered throughout the city of 415,000; Hanscom Park, the newest and centrally located, is clean, grassy and hilly. Omaha's 85 miles of intra-city trails are ideal for dog sitting, passing through parks, farmland, residential and industrial areas, culminating in the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge across the Missouri River and nature walkways in both Nebraska and Iowa. Next time you travel, forget the kennel and board you dog in a real home with one of our loving home dog boarding and pet sitting hosts in Omaha.
Omaha's downtown and riverfront exude pet friendliness. Dog sitters frequent The Mall and Heartland of America parks and fountain displays – a fun walk even in the dead of winter – leading to the Old Market. There's a weekly farmers market with special pet areas, and pet friendly restaurants that embrace dogs and pet sitters: Billy Frogg's, Upstream Brewery, and especially La Buvette. Westroads Mall, the state's largest shopping center, doesn't welcome pets so dog sitters can take your pet to the outdoor motif of Village Pointe or the 128,000-square foot giant Cabelas store in La Vista. No matter what you love about Omaha home dog boarding or dog sitting, your furry friend is guaranteed to have a good time.
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