Dog walking in Pendleton

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Hello! My name is James, I have owned dogs nearly all my life and care for all of my friends dogs when they are away or on vacation. I have dog sat and walked everything from yorkies to great danes and Rotties. I always try to leave the dogs I care for happier and better behaved than when I meet them. Furthermore, I am an ex-military medic; meaning I don't get flustered or frustrated by difficult dogs and if, god forbid, something happens I will protect your best friend. I am in the Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers area and available most days.

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“I walk them so their tails keep waggin!”

My name is Brian and I have lived around animals my entire life so walking dogs has been a true passion since I was little. My partner and I live with our 3 Pembroke Welsh Corgis and 2 cats! I like being able to share my outdoor experience with each dog I take for a walk. It is truly something I live for! I look forward to walking your fur baby and enjoying the outdoors with them!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Pendleton

Pendleton, Indiana was formed around Fall Creek. The creek provided the town with clean drinking water and a source of power that allowed mills to operate and business to thrive. This small town was also the site of important historic events. In the mid-19th century, Frederick Douglass gave a speech in Pendleton, where his life was allegedly threatened. The town residents helped him get out of town safely. 

Pendleton also saw the massacre of a Native American family by white settlers, who were hanged for the crime. This was the first time in American history that whites were given the death penalty for murdering Native Americans.

Today, Pendleton is a quaint community that's home to a vast 150-acre park -- that's a lot of space for a town of just over 4,000 people, but it means you and your pup will have plenty of chances to explore! Falls Park should be your first stop. You will have to keep your dog on a leash, but the view of the falls are barktastic. You can enjoy the green space, have a picnic, or play within sight of the falls. The playground and tot lot are perfect for the mini humans to enjoy. The baseball diamond is closed in, but open to anyone who wants to play when a game isn't scheduled.

Pendleton might be puny, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in small-town charm and outdoor beauty!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pendleton

Logan Street

48
Population Density
458 per sq. mi.

Logan Street

48

To quench your thirst for adventure, you might want to take a 23-mile trip over to Noblesville. This is where you will find White River Greenway. Rails-to-Trails really did something worth barking about when they created this part of the trail system. It runs beside the White River and offers spectacular views. You will cross a completely restored 1837 footbridge, which is almost enough to make you want to stop your adventure and spend the day admiring the view. There aren't any water stops, so bring your own. Don't forget to bring your doggie waste bags! You'll find trash cans here and there along the trail where you can dispose of them.

East 116th Street

36
Population Density
2,454 per sq. mi.

East 116th Street

36

Fishers, IN is worth the 23-mile trip because it's home to Pure Eatery Fishers. You can bring your dog here to enjoy healthy and fresh meal options. You'll need to keep him on a leash, and you'll want to bring him a dish if you plan on ordering him a meal. This furrific establishment has a full bar and incredible signature dishes, like sesame salmon and tomato jam meatloaf. All of the dressings, soups, and sauces are handmade right here. Whenever possible, the dishes are locally sourced based on the season. You will want to come often and try something new every time.

8th street

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,855 per sq. mi.

8th street

24

Anderson is about eight to ten miles from Pendleton, depending on which part of town you're going to. Not only will you find awesome pet-friendly places to eat here, but you'll also find Canine Companion Corral. This is the best place to bring your pet to socialize and get off her leash so that she can play for a while. Green grass, obstacles, and toys are all located inside the fence. Water is provided in the summer, but is turned off in the winter. You'll have access to cleaning stations that stay stocked. The only downside is that you won't have a lot of seating options here.

Doctor MLK Jr BLVD

12
Population Density
835 per sq. mi.

Doctor MLK Jr BLVD

12

You may think that going ten miles to Anderson just for pizza is silly, but you won't find just any old pizza pie here. Greek's Pizzeria is the go-to place for barkworthy pizza. The Gourmet House Special combines the deliciousness of Greek cuisine with the classic Italian pizza. Vegan options like the Garden Pizza are perfect for anyone, vegan or not. The best part, besides the ooey goey cheese, is that you can bring your dog with you to get the best pizza in the area! Just bring your leash and grab an outdoor table.

South Anderson

0
Population Density
835 per sq. mi.

South Anderson

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When you are all finished at the dog park in Anderson, come on over to Culver's. You and your dog can grab an outdoor table while you wait for your burger, cheese curds, or frozen custard. In a hurry to get back home? Grab it to-go! If you dine outside, your pup will need to stay on a leash at all times. Make sure you bring a water dish with you. If you need a place to crash while you're in Anderson, you'll find a few budget- and pet-friendly hotel chains near Culver's, around the intersection of I-69 and Highway 109.

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