Dog Walkers in Jeffersonville, IN

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Dog Areas in Jeffersonville, IN

20 Parks
3 Shops
6 Eateries
20 Groomers
Jeffersonville is a small town in Clinton County, Indiana, and was one of the earliest settlements here. dating back to 1829. As the community has grown, so has its love of its resident dogs, and Jeffersonville now boasts a whopping twenty veterinarians that Fido can go and visit, ensuring that every pup stays healthy and happy.

If your dog loves running around parks, then you're in luck becauseJeffersonville is full of them. Check out Forest Park which offers 1-acre of land to play on, plus great amenities like picnic tables, park benches to sit on, and a playground. The park is filled with big beautiful trees for shade and a lot of green space for fetch and grass rolling.

After all the adventuring Fido does with you, you'll both probably be hungry and need a bite to eat. Head into Culver's which serves signature ButterBugers and fresh custard. Besides their tasty burgers and desserts, they are known for their Wisconsin cheese curds which Fido will be dying to get. Their outdoor patio welcomes your dog to join you for a nice meal before heading home. If Fido and you are just passing through Jeffersonville, check into one of the city's pet-friendly hotels. The Sheraton Louisville Riverside Hotel, Towneplace Suites by Marriott Louisville North, and Quality Suites Jeffersonville are all great options to check into with your furry friend by your side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jeffersonville, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,112/sq mi

    #1 Evergreen

    If you pup is dying to run around off-leash, then head over to the Jeffersonville Dog Park. The dog park sits inside of Highland Park, and features separate small and large dog areas so your pup can play with dogs his own size. The park offers water fountains, benches for owners to watch their pups play, picnic tables, agility equipment, and a walking trail for you both to enjoy. If your dog wants to continue his adventure, then check out the surrounding Highland Park. This 13-acre space offers a playground, basketball courts, covered picnic tables, and a 1/10th mile walking track.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,901/sq mi

    #2 Heavenly Heights

    The Red Yeti is a great spot to stop in with Fido and grab a bite to eat together. This restaurant and brewpub has rotating beers on tap, and offers a seasonal menu, so the food is always changing. Best of all, they welcome your dog to hang out with you at on their outdoor patio, and  will even provide water for him. If you're craving a burger, then check out Big Four Burgers and Beers. This casual burger bar serves a variety of tasty grub like house fries smothered in chorizo queso. They have an outdoor patio that welcomes your pup to join you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,969/sq mi

    #3 Browne Blvd/ Brooks Ave

    Clarksville is four miles out of Jeffersonville and a great spot to take Fido if you want to grab a tasty bite to eat. If you and Fido are craving some wings, head over to Buffalo Wild Wings. Besides wings, you can get your hands on some delicious bugers and fries, salads, or mac and cheese. If you're trying to eat a little more healthy, then check out Panera Bread. Panera offers soups, salads and sandwiches, plus all their bread is made fresh daily. Both these restaurants have dog friendly patios and loves when your dog visits with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 688/sq mi

    #4 Central Business District

    The Louisville Waterfront Park is a great spot for you and Fido to visit together, and is only four miles out of Jeffersonville and across the Ohio River in nearby Louisville, Kentucky. The park has tons of trails that you and your furry friend can explore, but your pup needs to remain on leash while visiting. The park is open daily from 6a.m. to 11p.m. which gives you and Fido plenty of time to enjoy the park. The park also offers restrooms, a picnic area, bike rentals, and vendors who sell food. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags for your pup. Also note that your dog is not allowed on the Big Four Bridge that is inside of the park.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,217/sq mi

    #5 Butchertown

    If you and Fido are looking for a great hike to take, then head into Louisville, Kentucky, and check out the Louisville Riverwalk. The trail is 8.3-miles long and has a trail surface that's asphalt. The trail will take you along the Ohio River between the Louisville Waterfront Park and Shawnee Park. While walking on the trail, you will get a scenic view of the river where you can see the McApline Lock and Dam. The park is popular with bikers, skaters, people fishing, and cross-country skiers. Your dog will love all the smells and head-pats he will get on the trail, but make sure to bring water and clean-up bags for him.
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