8 of the Best Places to Walk Your Dog in The Upper West Side

PetYen’s favorite NYC dog walking adventures in the Upper West Side of Manhattan Here is a snapshot of our dog-walking route: Start: 96th Street & Central Park West Finish: Strawberry Fields, West 72nd Street & Central Park West Distance: 1.2 miles Estimated time without stopping: 30 Minutes Highlights: Central Park Tennis Center –…Read More

8 of the Best Places to Walk Your Dog in Northern Brooklyn

PetYen’s favorite NYC dog walking adventures in North Brooklyn, Williamsburg & Greenpoint Here is a snapshot of our dog-walking route: Start: 160 North Berry Street Finish: 135 Broadway Distance: 3.5 miles Estimated time without stopping: 70 Minutes. Highlights: Bedford Ave – McCarren Dog Park – Greenpoint – Street Art– Williamsburg Bridge –…Read More

4 Dog Park Tips Every New York City Dog Owner Should Know

New York City is known as one of the most dog-friendly cities in the world. One of the reasons for this accolade is the plethora of dog parks scattered over the five boroughs with generous off leash hours and lot’s of space for doggies to play. New York City dog parks are…Read More

PetYen Business Spotlight: An Interview with Christian Fox Owner & CEO of Paws & Rec

“Giving the urban dog the fun they deserve!” – Christian Fox Saturday, November 26, 2016, is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. PetYen has chosen Paws & Rec  for this Small Business Saturday edition of PetYen’s Business Spotlight Series. We…Read More

3 Observations on Why New York City Dogs Rule!

I was in Prospect Park with a friend who was visiting from a small town in Connecticut. It was 8:30am on a Saturday, the park was just full of dogs running around , frolicking and having a great time . My friend could not believe how social and friendly the dogs were…Read More

When it Comes to Walking your Dog, Aim for Quality!

One of the joys of owning a dog is that you never have to go for a walk on your own. However, sometimes your dog walk becomes a frantic race against the clock, because there are far more pressing things to do. Your dog has no sense of urgency, and can find a specific tree so interesting…Read More