We love watching our dogs frolic throughout our large yard and want to share our enjoyable spot with you! Sit back in an Adirondack chair on our umbrella-shaded patio and watch your furry friends explore our fun, variety-filled back lot. From a flower patch to sniff around, to black walnut trees for chasing squirrels into, there's a lot to see and do. It's common to see chipmunks exploring the maze we built them, plus Cardinals and Chickadees enjoying our multiple feeders. A nature lover's slice of heaven, right in Mac-Grove! Park right out front of our big gray home and take the sidewalk to the north (right) of the house on back to the gate.
A rare double lot in the heart of the city. Water fountain, zen garden with water feature (during warm months), and patio chairs, hammock, and swings for pet owners’ use. Fully fenced. Dog toys abound for communal pooch use.
Neighbor on one side and alley pavement on other
Welcome to Sully’s Sniffspot! We are excited to share our yard with you and your furry friend! When you arrive, come through the gate to the fully fenced (chain link, 4' tall) backyard where your furry friend can run and play! There is a steep hill with cement stairs (no handrail) and lots of trees and plants to explore. There are dog toys scattered around the yard - see if your pup can find them in the snow! 1/4/23 updates: With the recent snow, the 4' fence is covered by 2 - 3' of snow. As the winter goes on, I will dig out the areas that are most concerning within a couple days of snowfall. (This shouldn't be a problem for smaller dogs or those who don't try to escape.) I also cleared a short walking path in the yard for the shorter pups. For the shy, fearful or reactive dogs: Our neighbors are rarely out in the winter. We might see one man behind us and the couple next to us when they go to/from their cars or shovel, but that’s rare. Other dogs are not visible from the backyard, except for the occasional person walking their dog on the street. We foster dogs and have a child and will keep them inside and not visible from the back yard when you’re here. In the summer, neighbors are out a little more but not much. Foster dogs: reach out if you have a foster dog and the cost is a barrier for you. For the humans: make yourself comfortable on the patio. We keep it as clear of snow as possible in the winter. There is seating and a table. If the wooden bench is tipped on its end, feel free to tip it down and use it. We tip it over so it doesn't get full of snow. Kids are welcome to play with toys in the yard and go sledding.
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You will love being here.
Bring your dog to the little slice of happiness we call our back yard. There is open yard for zoomies, sticks and balls for throwing, and plants for sniffing. The yard is surrounded by a 5 ft fence. The maple tree offers a shady spot and blocks most rain. A water dish, toys, poop bags and hand sanitizer can be found by the back gate. The sprinkler is also available for use. Simply pull it away from the house and turn on the spigot. We also have a hammock swing for adults and a play house, slide, sand/water table, t-ball stand and more available for kids. Street parking is plentiful, or there is one spot available in the alley (pictured). We love our yard and we think you and your dog will too!
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|Designed for private play|
|Rentable by the hour|
|Off leash options|
|Very large and/or fully fenced options|
|Pricing||$5 - $15 per dog per hour||Free|