I’ll Have a Latte, My Dog Will Take a Bone at Boris & Horton: New York City’s First Ever Dog Cafe

In the past few years, NYC has seen a proliferation of cat cafes around town, but the time has finally come when man and “beast” can drink lattes together in the comfort of their own indoor cafe! Boris & Horton, New York City’s first ever “dog cafe”, is slated to open in…Read More

Get Your Strut On: Strut Your Mutt NYC 2017

This year’s Strut Your Mutt event in NYC takes on a new level of importance with a special adoption event for pets left homeless after the devastating hurricanes in Texas and Florida. Homeless pets already in shelters that were affected by the hurricanes were evacuated to New York City for their safety….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

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

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