Indianapolis, Indiana Dog Parks & Dog Runs - Cat-Friendly Listings

Indiana: Indianapolis: Dog Parks & Dog Runs

Indianapolis - as cat-friendly as they come! This city guide will show you all the best (and worst) places for your pets. Don't forget to add your reviews for the businesses in this ultimate resource.

Top-Rated Dog Parks & Dog Runs


Neighborhood Stores
7711 Newport Way
Indianapolis, IN 46256
Nutrition consulting for dogs & cats.



1610 Broad Ripple Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Annual "Pooch Passes" are based on the calendar year (January-December). Passes include a tag for your dog, and a gate access device for you. Please note: separate Pooch Passes are required for each bark park. Fee is subject to change. Annual Dog Tag $75 Replacement Tag $10 Replacement Access Card $10 To obtain a Pooch Pass, come to the park office with your dog's vaccination records documenting current inoculations for Rabies, Parvo, Distemper and Bordetella, and complete the application form, sign the waiver, and pick up the dog park brochure.


Sitters, Daycare, Groomers & Spas, Boarding & Kennels, Hotels, Resorts & Spas, General Pet Stores, Pet Boutiques, Neighborhood Stores
5950 W. Raymond St.
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Premier Doggy Day and Overnight Camp!



8900 Ditch Road
Indianapolis, IN 46260
HOURS: "Dawn to Dusk" | The PLACE: Daubenspeck Community Nature Park is a rare, green-space haven of approximately 22 acres at 8900 Ditch Road in Indianapolis, Indiana. Year round, you can enjoy a peaceful walk on the grass trail through restored tall native prairie grasses and wildflowers. Educational signs and trail guides at the park kiosk inform you of the many plantings and wildlife at Daubenspeck. | The NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION: DCNP is not a city park or private park. It is 100% volunteer-run as a non-profit organization. The mission is for "community and nature to enhance each other" through education, enjoyment, habitat, environmental benefits, civic opportunities, and more. The organization is led by a board of directors. DCNP Inc. is a charitable non-profit (IRS 501-C-3) funded by individual donations, corporate support, and grants. Donations are tax-deductible. | Who owns the land? The open fifteen acres (now the prairie) was a farm field donated for public use by the Daubenspeck family more than 50 years ago. The Metropolitan School District of Washington Township owns it and leases it to DCNP in a unique public/non-profit/community partnership. The 8-acre woods to the north is owned by the neighboring North Willow Farms Homeowners Association, which also leases it to DCNP as a management partnership.



7840 W. 56th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46254-9706
Annual "Pooch Passes" are based on the calendar year (January-December). Passes include a tag for your dog, and a gate access device for you. Please note: separate Pooch Passes are required for each bark park. Fee is subject to change. Annual Dog Tag $50 Gate Access Card $10 Replacement Tag $10 Replacement Access Card $10 To obtain a Pooch Pass, come to the park office with your dog's vaccination records documenting current inoculations for Rabies, Parvo, Distemper and Bordetella, and complete the application form, sign the waiver, and pick up the dog park brochure.


Animal Shelters, Training & Obedience, General Pet Stores
7929 N. Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
In a caring and nurturing environment, the work of HSI deepens the bond between people and their companion animals. Whether you are ready to adopt a new pet, turn over an animal to our care, participate in canine obedience training, give your dog a run in our Pet Park or volunteer your time to help our animals, you can celebrate your love of animals at HSI.


Hotels
1801 West 86th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Marten House Hotel is located approximately 10 miles north of downtown and 15 miles north of the Indianapolis International Airport.…



11300 E. Prospect St
Indianapolis, IN 46239 - 9622
Opening in Spring of 2007. Annual passes are based on the calendar year (January-December). Passes include a tag for your dog, and a gate access device for you. Please note: separate Pooch Passes are required for each bark park. Fee is subject to change. Annual Dog Tag $50 Gate Access Card $10 Replacement Tag $10 Replacement Access Card $10 To obtain a Pooch Pass, come to the park office with your dog's vaccination records documenting current inoculations for Rabies, Parvo, Distemper and Bordetella, and complete the application form, sign the waiver, and pick up the dog park brochure.

 Dog Parks & Dog Runs:
  • Bright Eyes Pet Wellness
  • Broad Ripple Dog Park
  • Camp Bow Wow
  • Daubenspeck Community Nature Park
  • Eagle Creek Bark Park
  • Indianapolis Humane Society
  • Marten House Hotel
  • Paul Ruster Bark Park

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