FIRST OF ITS KIND

In a unique partnership between Indy Dog Park Co. and Immanuel United Church of Christ, we’re pleased to announce the first downtown dog park in Indianapolis. Thanks to a matching grant from IHCDA and Patronicity we are able to accept donations through our campaign page. Stay connected by following us on social media and joining our mailing list for exclusive updates prior to our opening this fall!

IN THE PRESS

Indy Star July 2020: ‘This is really happening’: These women are bringing a dog park to downtown Indianapolis

WTHR July 2020: First public dog park coming to downtown Indy

WRTV August 2020: Dog park planned on the edge of downtown Indianapolis

Urban Times August 2020: THIS JUST IN: Crowdfunding campaign launched for ‘The Dog Park at Immanuel’

Pet Pals TV August 2020: Dog park planned near downtown Indy

Indianapolis Business Journal August 2020: https://www.ibj.com/articles/qa-a-new-downtown-park-for-dogs

8 Comments

  • Beth Cates

    Would like to know exactly where this will be as my husband and I are looking for a dog park for both of my boys. Are Pitt bulls allowed to be brought there? I have a Staffordshire terrior that is 2 and a Pit mix with Lab that is around 6. I am wanting to know if I could bring them there for their exercise.

    • Laura Giffel

      Hi Beth! The address is 382 Prospect Street, just south of the Eli Lilly building. We do not have breed restrictions at this time, but our policies do state that if a dog has any history of aggression, that they are not allowed to use the park. We will collect shot records as part of the registration process as well. We hope that you’ll pledge support to help us build the park!

  • Jourdann Borski

    Hi! My boyfriend and I have two large dogs and two small dogs who both currently frequent another dog park. This would be closer to us – so very exciting! Since our dogs all like to play together, do all small dogs have to stay in the small dog area or can they be with the large dogs since that’s what they are used to doing? Also, if we are both there are we able to bring all 4 dogs? Thanks!

    • Laura Giffel

      Hi Jordann! The small dog area is just available for those who choose to use it, so your smaller dogs are welcome in the whole park!

      As for the fourth dog, the membership covers 3 dogs per household so can you send us an email and we can brainstorm? indydogpark@gmail.com

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