Providing you have the necessary permissions from your building and landlord having a dog in the city can be one of the most pleasurable experiences of urban living. SIZE One thing you need to take into consideration when choosing a city dog is the size of your dog versus the size of the space they will be living in. If…

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Today I received my first piece of hate mail from a stranger that stumbled upon City Dog Expert online. It was a little bit of a shock to the system as normally the emails I receive are from people that like the website. Bubble burst. The hate mail was along the lines of “keeping a dog in a small space…

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When leaving Fido alone for a period of time, make sure that someone experienced and reliable is in charge so you can get on with having fun knowing your dog is in safe hands. Pet Sitters and Boarding facilities are the most popular options for leaving our pets so we decided to give you a quick guide to both Pet…

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Having a dog in the city can be difficult (especially if you are renting an apartment). With many landlords putting weight limits, breed restrictions and installing “no pet” policies. Moving apartment can often seem like an impossible task. However there are some things that you can do that will make it easier for a landlord to want to rent to…

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Question: Now the weather has warmed up, I want to take my dog to the beach with me in NYC. Where do you recommend? Answer: At beaches run by the¬†Department of Parks and Recreation¬†including Rockaway Beach, Coney Island and Brighton Beach, dogs are allowed from Oct. 1 to May 1 which is wonderful when the weather is nice enough to…

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