New Yorkers are passionate about the state of the city's public facilities for dogs.
We're asking for your help to identify some of the best and worst public dog runs across the five boroughs.
“New York City dogs are at high risk [for leptospirosis] because of the rat population,” one local vet told WNYC/Gothamist. “Anywhere there’s runoff, you’re at risk.”
Governors Island just became more accessible with extended ferry service. And now your dog can go, too.
Hundreds of people turned out to watch 87 brave, beautiful pups compete at the 2021 Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest in Fort Greene.
From Schitt's Creek to the Staten Island Ferry, here are all the creative costumes from this year's big Halloween dog parade.
You won't want to miss out on the latest indie short film, "Indie The Dog Makes Her Way Through The Queens Midtown Tunnel."
You might not love the 20-40 MPH wind with snow being pelted in your face, but your dog is into it!
“Necessity is the mother of invention. I’m not giving up my cat, I love her dearly so I'm marching on.”
Backstage at Westminster, the fierce competition gave way to utterly polite chaos, soundtracked by a symphony of hair dryers.
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