There's no place like Indy for dogs (and dog sitters). The pet friendly Indianapolis area spans 1.75 million residents, 396 square miles and more than 200 parks, among the most notable Holliday Park aligned by the White River and containing a forest with trails for hiking and walking for pet sitters and their doggie guests. There are 11 county-run "bark parks" and "canine companion" pet runs (annual pass $175), a dog park operated by the Humane Society and four private dog parks north of town with all the trimmings - including an indoor facility where dog sitters flock in winter. And it's no surprise that DogVacay.com's pet sitting and home dog boarding hosts know the best Indianapolis spots for Spot.
Indianapolis has big-ticket attractions such as the Indianapolis 500, NFL and NBA, and the State Fair... but quietly has one of America's top five downtowns (per Forbes and Livability.com) with 300 restaurants, 200 shops and art galleries and music festivals that are perfect for guest dogs and their loving pet sitters. A lesser-known but favorite destination for dog sitters in Indianapolis: the spectacular landscape of the Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Garden. Indianapolis' array of should-sees also include the State Capitol, the Museum of Art and Children's Museum, the zoo and its dolphin exhibit... but you'll have to leave Man's Best Friend with an Indianapolis dog sitting host because pets aren't allowed. Pet parents trust DogVacay.com for their Indianapolis home dog boarding and pet sitting needs. DogVacay.com has hundreds of trusted an insured pet sitters in Indianapolis ready to watch your dog like a member of their family.
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