Dog Boarding in Indianapolis
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Why choose Rover dog boarding in Indianapolis?
Rover is a great alternative to traditional dog boarding in Indy, home to the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Along with the handsome Indiana Statehouse and Monument Circle's Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the city boasts tons of dog sitters just waiting to watch your pup! Browse hundreds of trusted dog sitters in minutes on Rover's website or through the Rover app and book a dog sitter when you need them with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Indianapolis?
Whether it's dog boarding you are looking for or other services, dog owners and sitters in Indy have lots to look forward to. With four distinct seasons, dogs and owners get to enjoy a true spring, summer, fall, and winter. Indianapolis is also home to dozens of annual festivals and events showcasing local culture. There is always things to see and do in Indianapolis, IN.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Indianapolis?
Indianapolis dog boarding sitters have tons of fun places they can take their dogs to for fun adventures. Some popular dog friendly places include: The IWC Canal Greenway (Central Canal Trail), a 5.23 mile multi-use trail preserved from a historic canal towpath that's a great place to walk dogs. The Monon Trail is another great trail. The 23-mile paved path follows a former section of the Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway, whose lines formed an X as they crossed in Monon. It's perfect for small, medium, and large dogs who enjoy long or short walks. There are also five off-leash dog parks in the Indianapolis area for dogs who prefer an off-leash romp.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Indianapolis?
Along with all of the dog-friendly parks and trails Indianapolis offers, each neighborhood has a lot to offer dog boarding sitters. 16 Tech (Riverside) is home to the tech district of Indianapolis, and is close to restaurants (some dog-friendly) and trails to take dogs on walks too. Chatham Arch and Mass Ave is artsy and culturally diverse, with lots of activities and events going on you're sure to find one you can bring dogs to! It's also close to jogging trails, including the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, that are perfect for small, medium, and large dogs. Canal and White River State Park is another neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis that's full of entertainment options and close to a 1.5 mile fitness trail called the Canal Walk, which is great for dog boarding sitters who are looking to take a quick walk with their dogs.
Whether it is a walk in one of Indianapolis's many parks or historic trails, or a stroll around one of the neighborhoods downtown, one thing's for certain: you can have peace of mind knowing your dog is in good hands with the dog boarding sitter you choose from Rover!