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Dog Friendly NYC: Just Scoop the Poop!

Animal Fair magazine chose New York City as the nation's pet-friendliest destination.

Whether you live here or you're visiting New York City is a vibrant destination for visitors year-round - whether they're four-legged or two-legged.

Not only are most condos and many co-ops dog friendly in Manhattan but there are dog friendly hotels, restaurants and department stores.

Pet-friendly hotels include the London NYC, the W hotels in New York City, the Loews Regency, the SoHo and TriBeCa Grand Hotels, the Waldorf Towers, the Carlyle and the Hilton Times Square.
Pet-friendly department stores include Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale's and Saks Fifth Avenue; the pet-friendly Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle (where the Bouchon Bakery sells "foie gras-enriched dog biscuits").

There are also several pet-friendly salons like Le Chien in Trump Plaza on Third Avenue; a pet-friendly pub, the Brooklyn Ale House in Williamsburg; and New York's Pet Taxi, a company that transports pets.

While NYC is the nations pet friendliest location, the Parks Department hands out tickets to those who do not curb their pets in city parks. Dog owners who like to let their pets run free should think twice. Between July of last year and this April, more than $100,000 in fines were handed out for unleashed dogs. New Yorker's love their dogs but we love our city clean too.

To receive listings of pet and dog friendly Manhattan apartments click here and check dogs allowed under pet policy.


  1. AnonymousMay 08, 2008

    You got a cool blog. Lets exchange links. I am already linking to you.

  2. AnonymousMay 14, 2008

    General common courtesy would be nice

  3. AnonymousMay 17, 2008

    It would seem that pet-friendly apartments are becoming a major factor on the market... It's a nice blog you got here, I'll drop by from time to time :)

  4. Norman,
    Thanks, Yes common courtesy would be nice.

    Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your comment. Drop by anytime.

  5. AnonymousJune 08, 2008

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