I Finally Found the Perfect Present for Pet Parents

Every year I agonize over what to get Jeremy, my brother and the CEO of PetYen, for his birthday. Aside from his great love for his wife and a voracious appreciation of fine foods, Jeremy’s true passion in life is quite simply put: pets. Or more specifically, his brood of furkids; Ren…Read More

10 Favorite Doggy Halloween Costumes from The 19th Annual Great Pupkin Dog Costume Contest

The Best Doggy Halloween Costume Contest in Fort Greene Brooklyn was on Fire This Year with More Creative and Adorable Costumes than Ever Before! Sure, The Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade might be the “big kahuna” of the doggy Halloween circuit in New York City. But, for those of us who…Read More

Freddy’s Doggy Fashion Show: It’s Time to Sashay Down the Runway

When a local Brooklyn watering hole in Park Slope closes the street and sets up a red carpet runway, you know it’s time for Freddy’s Annual 5th Ave Doggy Fashion Show! Picture This Scene:    You’re walking down 6th Ave. on what you think is just a normal day, when you turn…Read More

What Makes New York City’s BadAss Brooklyn Animal Rescue so “Badass”?

New Yorkers love their dogs. In fact, if you think about how many successful rescue agencies and animal shelters operate around New York City you might even say that New Yorkers love dogs so much that they love to adopt other people’s dogs. Hell, we even have organizations like BadAss Brooklyn Animal…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

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

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

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