Westfield Pet Resources

Visitors from Westfield often tell us how much they and their dogs enjoy the time they spend in Beverly's Pet Campus Bark Park. The fully-enclosed, 4-acre park allows them freedom and security rarely found at public parks and facilities.

However, we understand that not everyone can come to the Fishers campus as often as they would like. To help our friends in Westfield find outdoor alternatives to Beverly's Bark Park that they can enjoy with their pets a little closer to home, we provide information about local parks they can visit when they can't make it to Beverly's Pet Campus, as well as local resources, such as Pet Stores, veterinary care, dog adoption and pet rescue services, and dog-friendly events throughout Indiana.

Dog-Friendly Parks near Westfield

Westfield is the site for the administration of the Hamilton County Parks, a combined effort by the nine townships that make up the county to develop, maintain and generally take care of the precious and beautiful green spaces within their purview.

Asa Bales Park, Westfield
Asa Bales Park, Westfield, IN

Asa Bales Park is located in downtown Westfield at the Westfield High School on Hoover Street and extending south to SR 32. This park currently has youth playground equipment at the north and south ends and a picnic shelter on the north end by Hoover Street. The entire park has a paved asphalt trail system that travels from Hoover Street on the north to SR 32 on the south. This park will have significant new park amenities constructed during the 2005-2006 timeframe as a result of a city bond that was approved in 2005. This park land was established in 1997.

Hadley Park, Westfield
Hadley Park, Westfield

Hadley Park is located at the corner of SR 32 and Union Street in downtown Westfield. The park is dedicated to Roy Hadley, a lifelong resident of Westfield, and is used for a quiet stop and rest area for local residents. The flower gardens in the park are maintained by the Hamilton County Master Gardeners. The park land was established in 1995.

Grand Park, Westfield

Grand Park, Westfield, IN
Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, is a 400-acre sports campus that features 26 baseball and softball diamonds, 31 multipurpose fields for soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse as well as two indoor facilities to accommodate year-round play for a variety of sports, as well as regional and national tournaments. Directions to Grand Park.

Westfield Area Pet Stores

Waitt Farm Store Inc   
1133 State Road 32 East
Westfield, IN
(317) 896-1933
PetSmart Westfield
14720 U.S. 31
Carmel, IN
(317) 815-9568
Noble Vestal Labradoodles
18967 Mill Grove Drive
Noblesville, IN
(317) 770-7418

Westfield Area Veterinary and Emergency Services

Hamilton Crossing Animal Hospital
3101 State Road 32 East
Westfield, IN
(317) 867-4393
Westfield Veterinary Care‎
17735 Sun Park Drive
Westfield, IN
(317) 896-2539
All Star Veterinary Clinic‎
789 East Main Street
Westfield, IN
(317) 896-9993

Dog Adoption, Pet Rescue Services and Dog-Friendly Events

The Humane Society of Hamilton County
1721 Pleasant Street, Suite B Noblesville, IN
(317) 773-4974
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Animal Shelter-Anderson
613 Dewey Street
Anderson, IN
(765) 648-6305
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Indiana Dog-Friendly Events
Westfield and other cities
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About Westfield, Indiana

With a population of over 24,000, Westfield is a growing community located 20 miles north of Indianapolis in beautiful Hamilton County, one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, Westfield is just 30 minutes north of downtown Indianapolis on highway U.S. 31.

Westfield is host to hotels, popular restaurants, and regional & neighborhood shopping. Westfield residents are proud of their diversified neighborhoods, nationally recognized school corporation, industrial parks, recreational trails and parks systems, championship golf course, regional shopping and a pro-economic development climate that fosters new and growing businesses and provides a wealth of recreation, arts and sports for both residents and visitors.

The City’s downtown area invites you to enjoy a day of shopping and relaxation as you take in the architecture of the past, dine at many of the downtown eateries, and browse through antique and specialty stores. Sidewalk benches allow visitors to rest and take in the beautiful landscaping.

For more information, visit the official City of  Westfield website. (opens in new window)