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Dog Areas in Fishers

3 Parks
1 Shop
25 Eateries
1 Groomer

Fishers is a lively city located in Hamilton County, Indiana. This furiendly place used to be known as Fishers Switch, but in 1908, it was shortened to the name it has today. Visitors love to visit this town for its varied recreational outdoor activities, and pawtastic adventures for pups. In case of emergencies, there are nine veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in the area.

Every dog loves a trip to the park, so why not take your pup to Harrison Thompson Park? This 11 acre green spot in Fishers has a trail around the perimeter where you can walk your pooch to stretch his legs, as well as a picnic shelter and grills to enjoy a pawsome day out when the weather is nice.

Around town, you can also find a bunch of dog friendly restaurants and cafes where you can eat and spend quality time with your pup. This includes McAlister’s Deli with fresh sandwiches, and Pure Eatery with its signature meatloaf. Both of these puptastic places have outdoor seating where your furry friend can sit with you. If you would like to enjoy an ice-cold beer with your pup along for the ride, then be sure to head to Ram Restaurant & Brewery, where you can tuck into delicious sports bar foods and try some craft beers. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fishers

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,953/sq mi

    #1 Commercial Drive


    When your stomach is growling, you have got to stop at one of the dog friendly eateries in the Commercial Drive neighborhood. If you love Italian and Greek food, why not combine the two at Greek’s Pizzeria? This place has a big menu to choose from, and your pup will love sitting with you at one of the dog friendly outdoor tables. For some dessert, drop into Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream & Yoghurt. Everything here is made fresh for you to enjoy, and with lots of tasty flavors, you are spoilt for choice! Your furry friend can chill out and watch the world go by at one of the outdoor tables while you enjoy your ice cream.

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    Population Density 2,003/sq mi

    #2 Sunblest Farms


    In Sunblest Farms, you can visit the beautiful Roy G. Holland Memorial Park with your pup. This is a 34 acre park that it very popular, and features over one mile of sniff-tastic trails you can explore with your furry friend, as well as plenty of fun for everyone on a family day out. This includes a basketball and volleyball court, as well as picnic shelters and grills for a bite to eat. There is also plenty of green grass for your pup to roll in and roam, as long as he remains on leash. If you want to go out for dinner, drop by Stacked Pickle for delicious food you can enjoy on the dog friendly outdoor patio.

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    Population Density 2,398/sq mi

    #3 Cumberland Crossing


    In the Cumberland Crossing neighborhood, be sure to check out the New York Pizza Garden. This place serves delicious pizza all day long, and if you are really hungry, why not try out the flagship Monster special? Your furry friend is welcome to sit with you while you enjoy your meal at one of the outdoor tables. For some good American food, you can also pay a visit to City Barbeque. Here you can order any meat you want, such as beef brisket, pulled chicken, and ribs, as well as choose a tasty homemade dessert. What’s more, there are plenty of outdoor tables where your dog can lie down and enjoy the fresh air.

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    Population Density 2,782/sq mi

    #4 Cheeney Creek


    The Cheeney Creek Natural Area is a hidden gem in the puptown of Fishers. Here you can go on an adventure with your pup through the woodlands and around the pond. You will find almost 2 miles of sniff-tastic trails that your pup will love to explore nature at its best. If you like to fish, the is a three acre pond full of largemouth bass and channel catfish. Since the trails at Cheeney Creek Natural Area can be used by cyclists, it is best to keep your furry friend on leash, so everyone can have a pawsome day out together.

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    Population Density 1,489/sq mi

    #5 Fishers Crossing


    If you are feeling hungry after a day exploring Fishers with your pup, you can head to one of the dog friendly restaurants in Fishers Crossing. The Pita Pit serves up delicious breakfast foods that you can combine into wraps, as well as plenty of lunch time wraps to satisfy your appetite. There are two outdoor tables where you can sit with your pup and enjoy your food. For a relaxed meal with family and friends, check out the Chatham Tap. This is a furiendly pub that serves tasty dishes and a variety of local and European imported beers. Your pup can even join you at one of the outdoor tables!

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