How to treat your best friend

Visit Spot Experience

If you’re looking for a specific service for your dog, the Spot Experience pretty much has it all.  With fine facilities and a helpful staff, the Spot Experience is always a safe bet to take your pet for anything.  They offer day care, overnights, long-term country boarding, grooming, training, transportation, and carry retail products for any dog as well.

To check on locations and hours, visit the Spot website.

Find Products for Less via Wag a Deal

Lets face it…spending a ton of money on pet supplies is not for everyone.  Visit and look over their featured deals.  You’ll be surprised at some of the great buys that you can find for your dog.  They update their featured deals every week, so there’s always something new and enticing for dog owners to save on.


Go to a Local Dog Park 

If you have a dog, going to a dog park and let your little buddy frolic around for awhile.  There are some great parks in Manhattan with dog-friendly areas, and enjoying an afternoon with your happy dog is always a nice activity.  For locations of dog-friendly areas, visit

Adopt a New Best Friend through Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals

Trying to find a new little guy to take home with you?  The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals is a great non-profit organization that helps rescue and give new homes to dogs and cats. Working with a coalition of over 150 rescue groups and no-kill shelters their goal is to transform NYC into a no-kill community by 2015. The Alliance is a charity that works collaboratively with the City of New York without any government funding.


Bring Your Dog to the Urban Lawn Party


On Saturday, July 20 the GVCCC is hosting the Urban Lawn Party, a free event welcoming the people of New York to come and enjoy a block party in the heart of lower Manhattan.  We’re pet friendly, so bring your dog to the party and check out some of the pet amenities that will be there. We’ll have a mobile dog boutique, sponsored by With Love Ivan, a station for dog treats and pet behavior consultations, a doggie pool (all FREE), and even a pet adoption center, so come and share the love of the party with your furry friend.

Details: Saturday July 20, 11AM-5PM, Charlton St. between 6th Ave and Varick

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