How to Be the Best Pet Parent (According to a Pet Nutrition Expert)

As a society we are hyper-vigilant about our health choices and practices. Wellness websites like Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop have garnered cult followings, new home meal delivery kits are introduced to the market daily, and it feels like we learn of a new cancer-causing ingredient in our foods every week. But this kind…Read More

Why Every Pet Lover Needs To Attend Adoptapalooza 2017 (NYC’s Most MEGA Pet Adoption Event)

At PetYen we love to report on local pet adoption events in New York City. That’s why we joined the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals for Adoptapalooza at Union Square this past Sunday, May 21, 2017. We are always reading the heartbreaking stories of animals being dumped in the streets when we…Read More

What I Learned in My Pet Tech CPR & First Aid Class

Would you know what to do if your pet stopped breathing and needed CPR? The other day I woke up and kicked that darn thing called procrastination in the butt! The justification? I needed to learn pet CPR and first aid. If not for the health and well-being of my pets but…Read More

Bark Avenue’s Bark Airways: Brooklyn’s Premier “Airline” for Adoptable Dogs

The second annual Bark Ave Adopt-a-Thon at Carroll Park this past Sunday, April 30th had a very timely (and cheeky!) theme for its second annual event; “Bark Airways”. As it seems that 2017 is gunning for the demise of the commercial airline (ahem, we’re looking at you United) we were comforted to…Read More

A Pet Adoption Event on the Lower East Side that is Anything but Ordinary

Before the advent of Whole Foods and Urban Outfitters, New York City’s Lower East Side was once the beating, bloody heart of punk rock, transgressive art and experimentation. It was gritty, shameless and unexpected. As the story goes, gentrification has changed the face of the neighborhood today, but that doesn’t mean it…Read More

Where to Find the Best Apartment in Brooklyn When You Are a Cat

How to Find Cat-Friendly Apartments in Brooklyn, New York THE REAL ESTATE MARKET New Yorkers know that in the real estate race to earn a coveted Brooklyn home a person needs the stamina of Olympic proportion. According to StreetEasy’s NYC’s Hottest Neighborhoods in 2017 list; 6 out of 10 of the hottest…Read More

Pet Food Recall: What’s in My Bowl?

Pet food recalls; as pet owners we dread those three words. So what is a recall? It is an action taken by a company to remove a specific batch of products, produced at a particular time, either from a distributor’s inventory, the marketplace or directly from a consumer’s kitchen. Types of Pet…Read More

Is There Treatment for Dogs with PTSD? Interview with Lee Charles Kelley

Oslo Coffee in Brooklyn is my usual pick-me-up in the midst of a hard day, and if anyone knows what a hard day feels like, it’s a dog with PTSD.  From pups living in shelters to dogs fearful of thunder, canine PTSD can happen to any dog. That’s why Lee Charles Kelley…Read More

4 Tips for Enjoying Thanksgiving with Your Pet

Getting the turkey fully dressed and on the table is only half the battle of celebrating Thanksgiving without a hitch—especially when there’s a pet involved. Here are four tips for celebrating the holiday, minus a canine or feline meltdown. Had my adorable family over for an early Thanksgiving Feast, Grampa Bailey said…Read More

PetYen Invites You to Join Us & Lee Charles Kelley for a Free Seminar on Canine PTSD

PetYen hosts Lee Charles Kelley at Halyards Bar in Brooklyn, New York City, November 13, to Help Dog Owners Diagnose and Treat Canine PTSD. NEW YORK – November 2, 2016 – For the first time, PetYen, the most comprehensive website for finding local New York City pet providers, will host a free…Read More

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