DogSpin.com just posted results from the WNYC study on dog names and breeds in New York City, and we examined the Madison Square Park zip code and pulled out the top 15 dog names in 10010.
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There is a dog casting call on Monday March 4th at D Pet Hotels (104 West 27th Street) for dogs that are “Human-like, athletic, a dancer, a talker, a trickster, a clothes hound, or just crazy smart.”
Its for a ‘Dogumentary’ film called “New York’s Most Talented Dog and all dogs that make the cut will get a free day of day care at D Pet Hotels according to the flyer. Email email@example.com to schedule an audition.
The new ultra-luxury D Pet Hotels Chelsea (104 West 27th Street at 6th Avenue) will have an open house from 1-7pm on Thursday so you can get a sneak peak of the posh digs for dogs. They will then take their first dog guests on Friday when they open for business.
The rooms have stylish twin beds, wall art, and even flat screen tv’s. They offer dog boarding, daycare, and grooming.
Oh and they will chauffeur your dog to and from the hotel, in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Gallardo, Bentley, Porsche or Rolls Royce.
The original D Pet Hotel is in Hollywood and they are currently expanding to our neighborhood as well as Phoenix.
Most of you know about or have seen the red-tailed hawk which hangs around Madison Square Park. The park is like a buffet of well-fed squirrels and pigeons and in Madison Square Park where there is no competition, this hawk is the king, the top of the food chain. Well this morning it used the [...]
Pooch-ini dog treat
Not every dog gets to stay at a luxurious place like the new D Pet Hotels Chelsea, but good dogs in the neighborhood can get a special treat once in a while at Madison Square Park favorite the Shake Shack.
The Shake Shack actually has a menu for dogs, which includes the Pooch-ini frozen treat, as well as the Bag o Bones (the Shack’s own special dog biscuits).
You can’t go wrong with the Pooch-ini, which is a cup of dog-friendly custard, peanut butter, and Shack biscuits for $3.75. It’s great to celebrate your dog’s birthday, or just as a treat on a hot summer day for a good dog. They love it.
My dog has only had it a couple times, but each time she looks at me in disbelief that it is really for her, and then it’s nose down into it until there is nothing left. From what I have witnessed, she goes for the peanut butter and custard first, then finishes with the dog biscuits. Not saying that one is better than the other…just observing.
Plus, you can get them in about 2 minutes in the almost always empty B line, so no waiting in the notorious Shake Shack real line. You can even pick up a custard for yourself while you are at it. Here is the (human) Shake Shack Custard Calendar for August.
One of the most luxurious and fashionable dog hotels is about to open just west of Madison Square Park. It’s D Pet Hotels Chelsea (104 West 27th Street at 6th Avenue), and it features 10,000 square feet of space, a chef, a gym, and sleeping areas that rival a Manhattan studio apartment in size and [...]