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Andrea Batista has always been passionate about dogs, and has spent the past five years working with them professionally. She studied grooming with the Nash Academy and training with Penn Foster Collage—online courses helmed by experienced instructors and their digital pets. Andrea is also an expert in keeping furry friends safe thanks to her pet CPR and first aid training.

When she grooms a canine, Andrea starts with a basic bath and concludes with scented spray and a bandana or bow. She also takes pups on energetic walks that incorporate socialization and playtime. Energetic dogs can also receive fast-paced jogs next to a bike to make sure they come home happy and tired. When the weather permits, Andrea opts for scenic locations such as the beach or rugged hiking trails.

6100 Park Avenue
West New York,
NJ
US

Thanks to BarkCare, from the creators of Barkbox, there's no need to trick pets into going to the vet. Instead, Dr. Rob and Dr. Sarah travel to their clients to take care of dogs in the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by the chew toys they love. BarkCare's general house calls include belly rubs, physicals, and general grooming services such as nail clipping and ear cleaning. But they can also tend to sick dogs—showing up to perform check-ups, do blood work, and provide vaccines. In addition, they're the company responsible for the BarkBox, a monthly subscription for pet owners that sends them a handpicked selection of goodies ranging from toys to gourmet treats, bones, and hygiene products.

510 W 34th St
New York,
NY
US

After years of striking out on their own, certified professional dog trainers Anna and Kate came together to found School For The Dogs. Through rewards-based training methods, they aim to strengthen the bond between dog and owner and help reduce the number of pets surrendered to New York City shelters. They lead both group and private classes, in which they go over basic commands and help modify behaviors such as aggression or excessive barking.

222 East 19th Street, Apt 1F
New York,
NY
US

D Pet Hotels are so luxurious, people may be tempted to slumber there themselves. The level of sophisticated decadence so closely resembles that of human-level hotels, owners could be forgiven for genuinely confusing their own booking with those of their pets. But when eyes shift from the suites' people-style beds, ornamental throw pillows, flat-screen televisions, and chic color palettes, it becomes clear that D Pet Hotels is definitely for canines—albeit discriminating ones. The center offers boarding, daycare, grooming, and training with a ritzy twist. From its Ferrari and Porsche chauffeur service to its full boutiques and dog SAT tutoring, services are famously high level. So much so that they've pricked up the ears of Conan O'Brien, Good Morning America, and Vogue. And, of course, there's no bland kibble for these spoiled pooches. Instead, owners choose from a variety of custom dishes cooked by the private chef and delivered to the doggy's suite each morning.

104 W 27th St
New York,
NY
US