Comprising the largest part of the Triangle that includes 2 million Carolinians and neighboring cities, Durham and Chapel Hill, Raleigh has the most, including the most to offer dogs and pet sitters. The capital city boasts more than 300 parks, including three dedicated off-leash parks for quality dog sitting – Carolina, Oakwood, and Millbrook Exchange – and a magnificent urban oasis with freeway access, Umstead State Park, replete with streams, a lake, 300-year-old trees and miles of trails for man and Man's Best Friend.
The greenbelts surrounding the capitol are a dazzling light show at Christmastime. Pullen Park is 63 acres of open space for your dog's enjoyment, with a statue of Opie and Andy from "The Andy Griffith Show" for the pet sitters.
With all these great pet-friendly options, your pooch is guaranteed to receive top-notch home dog boarding and dog sitting in Raleigh from a DogVacay.com host.
Raleigh is an exciting place to take a dog for a walk (and not just because of the variable weather). The campus of North Carolina State is paradise for people- and pet-watching. Pet promenading anywhere in Raleigh is pleasurable because most businesses welcome dogs – all the shops at City Market do - and nowhere more than restaurants and bars downtown and in South Glenwood. Dog sitting is a favorite pastime at Armadillo Grill, Zely & Ritz, Tuscan Blue and Napper Tandy's Irish Pub. See for yourself how DogVacay.com can lead you to the best pet sitting and home dog boarding services in Raleigh.
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