Dog walking in Zionsville

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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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Hello ny name is Heather. I am a dog lover and I also own 2 miniature schnauzers named Chico and Emilio. I have watched and walked all types of dogs ranging from small to large dogs in the neighborhoods, as well as dogs outside of the neighborhood for extended periods of time while their owners were on vacation for several years now. The dogs that I have cared for are happy and look forward to seeing me. I am in the Fishers, Carmel, Westfield , Indy and Noblesville area.

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

Dog Walking in Zionsville

The Indianapolis suburb of Zionsville is a fantastic place for dog-rearing, featuring both urban convenience as well as hometown amenities to suit its creatures. Zionsville has two veterinary clinics which also serve as groomers for the city’s pets, keeping them fit and stylish year-round. 

The Zionsville Rail Trail is an excellent place for local pups to work off those empty calories from extra treats. The 3.7-mile trail runs from residential Zionsville to Eagle Creek, winding through beautiful wooded forests and alongside the Starkey Nature Park. The pathway is paved with asphalt and crushed stone and is wheelchair-accessible, so all dog owners can enjoy it! 

There are 8 dog-friendly restaurants in this city alone, so you will never have to worry about having to get your meals to-go. Your pup can choose between fine dining, pizza, pasta, Mexican cuisine, seafood, or just skip dinner altogether and go straight for deserts at the local confectionery spot. Noah Grants Grill House and Oyster Bar is a favorite of both humans and canines, serving up creature comforts such as steak carpaccio, short-rib wontons, and their famous Looney Tuna Sushi Roll! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zionsville

Westchester Estates

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,572 per sq. mi.

Westchester Estates

48

If your agile pupper is looking for a new spot to hone his craft, check out the pawesome obstacle course at The Humane Society of Indianapolis Dog Park! Aside from the furrific dog run, the park offers a mile and a half of wooded trails to blaze and picnic tables to relax with friends (both the furry ones and not so furry ones). Annual membership fees can be a little steep, at $75 a year for the first pet and $50 for each additional fur-iend, but daily passes are available for only $10! There are perks to the annual membership, though, as it grants you access to the park even after hours! No matter which you opt for, don’t miss out on this park! 

Beech Grove

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,254 per sq. mi.

Beech Grove

36

The community of Beech Grove, about 25 miles southeast of Zionsville, is great place for pups with refined taste, and is home to the gorgeous members-only Paw Patch Dog Park. This picturesque bark park lies within the Sarah T. Bolton Park and offers a full acre of plush grass where your pups can fetch their hearts out. The bark park is fully fenced and features an electronic gate system with key entry to keep pups safe. No need to worry about your pup getting sick here either, as every doggy member has to provide their current vaccination records to obtain membership. The registration fees are only $35 per pet yearly, but it is worth every penny!

North Crows Nest

24
Population Density
45 per sq. mi.

North Crows Nest

24

Nestled against the White River, in the small community of North Crows Nest, lies the lovely Holliday Park. This stunning wooded park is home to a variety of plant and animal species, and there are several trails for your pooch to explore the sights and smells they have to offer! Pups paw-ticularly enjoy splashing around in the creek and shallow areas of the river, as well as the various terrain the trails offer. Be sure you keep your fur-iend leashed at all times, and you will need to bring doggy waste bags in case your pup has a “faux paw” in the park! 

North Michigan Rd

12
Population Density
3,179 per sq. mi.

North Michigan Rd

12

If your pet has an eye for the finer things but has grown tired of the “still-life”, check out the 100-Acres Art and Nature Park! Leash up your four-legged friend and venture off to explore all the imaginative art installations this park has to offer, including an absolutely enormous, fully-interactive jungle gym, a huge cartoon-esque skeleton piece, a full-size boat (that really floats!), and so much more! You and your pup will be delighted to know that this quirky space is completely free to the public and is open year-round! 

Eagle Creek

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
28 per sq. mi.

Eagle Creek

0

Ruffly 10 miles south of Zionsville lies the nature-centric neighborhood of Eagle Creek, home to the 6th largest metro park in the country. Eagle Creek Park is a real treat for the whole pack, featuring just about any activity your fur (and furless) family could dream of — nature trails, a tree-top rope course, a golf course, a sports complex, a beach area with swimming access, a concert venue, and, of course, a top-of-the-line bark park! Before you and your fur babies head out to the puppy playground, make sure you pick up a “pooch pass” from the main office. A day pass will run you about $5 per pet, and you will need to bring vaccination records to acquire one. You surely don’t want to miss out on this pawesome spot! 

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