Pets in New York City

Up to 65% Off Dog Day Camp

Jersey City

$245 $85

At a day camp conveniently located by the Holland Tunnel, dogs get social interaction and exercise while their owners are at work

Up to 51% Off Doggy Daycare at Camp Bow Wow

Sunnyside

$100 $49

Dogs frolic in a 10,000-square-foot indoor area as owners watch via Camper Cams

50% Off Dog Walking from Haute Dogs Nyc

Fieldston

$30 $15

Dog walkers give pets exercise and attention, carrying GPS to let owners know their location at all times

Up to 62% Off Veterinary Services at 36th Street Animal Clinic

Ditmars Steinway

$145 $59

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Veterinarians check pets' health and insert microchips that help locate them if they get lost; vaccines protect against deadly diseases

Up to 64% Off Dog Daycare at Hounds on the Hudson

Guttenberg

$64 $29

Dogs overcome separation anxiety and boredom with constant activity and playtime with other friendly canines at a well-monitored daycare

51% Off Pet Care at Animal Clinic of Canarsie

Brooklyn

$61 $29.99

A vet takes your pet's medical history, conducts a physical exam, and offers a tasty treat; optional microchip containing your pet's ID

45% Off Pet Grooming

Sheepshead Bay

$60 $33

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 65% Off Dog Grooming

Marine Park

$55 $19

Dogs receive nail clipping, ear cleaning, anal-gland expression, shampoo, and a fluff-out and cut in line with the owner's preferences

Up to 54% Off Dog Day Care at Eco Dog NYC

Williamsburg

$115 $55

Canines play in groups determined by staff, watch Animal Planet, nap to classical music, and take relief walks

Up to 52% Off Dog or Cat Boarding

Greenpoint

$48 $24

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Dogs race across 3,500 sq. ft. of daycare runs before retiring to private stalls; cats enjoy spacious condos with climbing structures

Up to 55% Off Dog Grooming or Pet Products

Far Rockaway

$55 $25

Groomers bathe dogs using shampoo tailored to skin and coat type, blow-dry fur, trim nails, and clean ears

50% Off Pet Accessories

Tudor City

$20 $10

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

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163 Avenue C
New York,
NY
US

Though grooming prices depend on size, breed, and condition of the fur, the expert staff at Walter's will ensure satisfaction, meticulously giving your pup a breed-specific cut, puppy cut, show cut, or exotic cut to your liking. They'll give dogs a gentle nail trim ($10), bath ($50–$90), or full grooming package ($70–$120), including shampoo, fluff dry, style, ear cleaning, nail trim, and more. If you're busy painting the walls or showing your home to prospective buyers, drop the dog off at daycare for $45 or utilize overnight boarding services ($55 dogs, $40 cats). Walter's will even help you show some love for your furry friend with a pet-friendly birthday party ($95). If you use today's Groupon for any service under $65, you'll be given a credit of the remaining balance to use toward the next visit.

201 E 33rd St
New York,
NY
US

spot is an upscale, full service doggy daycare facility. We offer daycare, boarding, grooming, training and walking services. It warms our hearts to see a wagging tail and the happiest pet parents on the planet!

21 Murray St
New York,
NY
US

Since dog is man's best friend, then dog (and possibly cat) deserves man's best grooming, toys, apparel, ink cartridges, 3D glasses, and more. Today's Groupon gets you $75 worth of premier pet-pampering, hairstyling (dye your puppy screaming pink if you like), toys, and pet accessories at The Salty Paw, located in the Financial District. The downtown pet center, featured in Time Out New York and New York magazine, is a luxury oasis for the stress-ridden pet worried about the college application process or an impending marriage.

38 Peck Slip
New York,
NY
US

In 1990, John Ziegler hired a dog walker to take his 8-month-old yellow lab Merembe out on regular walks. The plan was to escort the rambunctious pup to Central Park, where she could enjoy fresh air and social time around other dogs and people. Just to make sure he was getting what he paid for, John followed the dog walker—and discovered that Merembe spent the entire hour cooped up in a tiny apartment while the walker went on errands. The indignation that any dog owner would feel at this discovery is what prompted John to found Biscuits & Bath, an all-encompassing dog-care company that strives for transparency, knowledge, and compassion in all they do.

A bounty of doggy knowledge backs every service at Biscuits & Bath, whether it's grouping dogs by size and temperament at daycare to balance safety and fun, or pairing groomers' image-enhancing brush-outs with checks for ticks, ear infections, and unusual basketball ability. True to the company's roots, each dog walker is bonded, insured, and thoroughly trained to take beloved friends on a daily romp. Dogs are kept safe from big-city hazards by donning two slip collars, a climb-spec harness, and a reinforced nylon leash, allowing the company to boast nearly one million incident-free walks in 2011. On-site veterinarian services give pups a checkup incentive with the center's play-filled environment, and overnight boarding services keep timid dogs at ease with constant supervision and flexibility with special requirements.

1067 Park Ave. Between 87th and 88th St
New York,
NY
US

Studies indicate that humans first domesticated wolves as long as 33,000 years ago. Over millenniums, these wild creatures eventually became dogs, the unconditional companions we know and love today. The dog walkers at NYC Pet Nannies work to improve upon this already ancient relationship with modern technology. Using a digital registration system, scanners, and GPS trackers, the staff provide dog owners with live updates about the location of their precious pooches during walks that last anywhere from 15 to 50 minutes. Automated emails, meanwhile, dispatch to owners’ inboxes along the way, keeping them in the loop.

Technology isn’t the only way they enhance the dog-walking experience, though. Before ever touching a leash, each walker must pass an intensive certification course, become bonded and insured, and beat a greyhound in a foot race.

68 Bradhurst Ave, Ste 8L
New York,
NY
US