PetYen Attends our First Blessing of the Animals

If I began a story with; “A dog, a cat, a llama, a goat, an alpaca, and a mongoose walked into a church”, you’d probably be waiting for the “bada boom” punch line of a bad joke. But on Sunday, December 3rd passersbys on Park Avenue at 60th Street were treated to…Read More

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

PetYen’s Top Picks From Cat Camp NYC 2017

4 Purrfect Gifts for the Cat Lover in Your Life! Hello, PetYenners! We just came back from the first annual Cat Camp NYC, and we had a fantastic time! This event was billed as “The city’s first feline-focused conference and adoption extravaganza.” So, you know, the PetYen team had to head on…Read More

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

6 Tail Wagging Holiday Gifts Made in New York

Six unique holiday gift ideas for the pet and pet lover in your life that are made right here in the Big Apple. PetYen is making your holiday shopping a little easier this year by sharing six gift ideas that will impress the pet lover in your life. Each gift represents a…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

5 Reasons Why New York City Cat Owners Need This

As the self-proclaimed cat lady of the company I can admit that I have a problem….  I can’t leave my cat alone for longer than a night.  Whenever I go out of town I feel obligated to take her with me. Not because she prefers it this way (she has made that…Read More


This Saturday, November 5th PetYen is joining forces with Billy Wolf and Bocce’s Bakery for TM1985’s Presidential Pup Pop Up Party and we’re super excited! Not only do we get to collaborate with some of the most innovative and stylish pet brands in NYC, but we also get to hang out with…Read More

5 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets in NYC

Halloween may be a fun holiday for adults and children alike, but for pets it can be downright spooky. From accidentally ingesting candy that has been left out to trick-or-treaters pounding on the door, pets are particularly vulnerable on Halloween. Here are five safety tips to keep in mind this Halloween. How…Read More

5 Ways to Bring the Outdoors to an Indoor Cat

Unfortunately, many New York City cats, don’t have the luxury of wooded areas or manicured lawns to hunt around for their dinner. And regardless of how many toys we purchase for their amusement, more often than not our indoor cats just want to go outside! So, if you have an indoor cat who wants…Read More