A bevy of new products aim to help dog owners keep from having to handle a warm bag of excrement any longer than necessary.
As someone who runs a pet care company in Manhattan, I had a lot of hope for the new CBS show “Dogs in the City.” Justin Silver is cute, as were the dogs in the ads. I was pumped. But then I spent 45 minutes yelling at the TV.
Get to know some NYC dog walking companies: Swifto, Puptopia, Petaholics, and Running Paws.
Brooklyn dog owners celebrate mixed breeds at this anti-Westminster dog show.
The East Village’s gallery goes to the dogs.
A lens into the psyche of those who attended the Halloween parade for dogs in Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan.
The iPetCompanion, which recently debuted at New York City’s Bideawee shelter, allows cat lovers to play with kittens through the Internet. You may never get cat hair on your jeans again.
Around the country, humans are trying to make their voices heard at protests aimed at pointing out the inequality of the financial system perpetuated by Wall Street fat cats. Not everyone at the protests is well informed about the issues at hand. Like, for instance, the dogs. But they’re still doing their part.
Could your dog help unlock the mysteries of canine intelligence? Two internationally-recognized canine cognition labs are seeking New York dogs to participate in current studies: One on fairness, and one on vision.
The coinciding of Best Friends Animal Society’s annual Strut Your Mutt event and Central Park Paws’ My Dog Loves Central Park meant for one very busy weekend for NYC canines. Dog musical chairs, anyone?