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Home to the famed Nebraska Cornhuskers (college football), whose 90,000-seat stadium towers above the plains like the 36-story state capitol — the Big Red is #1 in the hearts of Lincolnites. There's evidence that dogs are pushing for the #2 ranking... and dog sitting is a faster-growing industry other than cornhusking. Lincoln has topped the CDC's list of healthiest U.S. cities, and one reason is the amount of walking (even in the humid summer and rigorous winters); promenading the 2,000-acre city and east campuses are popular with pets and pet sitters. The University of Nebraska campus is adjacent to downtown and pet friendly joints such as the Meadowlark coffee house, The Mill, and Buzzard Billy's Armadillo Bar-N-Grillo, and a weekly farmers market in the Haymarket District offer plenty of sensory pleasures for dogs and dog sitters. Next time you have to travel, let DogVacay.com and one of its trusted Lincoln home dog boarding and pet sitting hosts take your pup out on the town.
Of course dog sitters frequent Lincoln's two dog parks, Oak Lake and Richman's Run (where the stream is a main attraction). Another popular destination is the Nature Center at Pioneers Park, where eight miles of trails welcome leashed dogs and pet sitters to visit with native prairie, elk, deer, and bison. Let our loving Lincoln pet sitters and home dog boarding hosts to introduce your pup to nature while you're on vacation.