Browsing: Animals

Animals Photo by Danielle Marcello
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When it comes to relaxing, one neighborhood dog knows that napping in a cozy bed — under the covers, naturally — is the best way to go. Meet Rudy, the 2-year-old Dachsund who will happily sleep late on the weekends if given the opportunity. She’s been introduced to us by neighbor/her person Danielle Marcello. If you’d…

Animals pss_northslopevet
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North Slope Veterinary is a full service animal hospital offering medical, surgical and dental care, house calls, pet grooming, and international travel certificates. Dr. Christopher Gaylord is the veterinarian and practice owner. He recently purchased the former 6th Avenue Animal Clinic and opened the new North Slope Veterinary in the same location on the corner of…

Animals Photo by Park Slope for Pets
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Melting snow, slush-filled puddles, and rainy weather forecasts can only mean one thing: Spring is almost here! With the telltale signs all around us, we can’t help but want to bring out our spring wardrobe, anticipating the time when we have to keep cool and not warm. We can only be so lucky! But what…

Animals Photo by Annie Fuoto
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Spring might be in the air, but one local pup is looking forward to a few snowflakes that are forecast for this Friday. Tonight, meet the wonderfully-named Bilbo Waggins, a 4-year-old Shih Tzu mix who’s fan of the winter, and who’s been introduced to us by neighbor/his person Annie Fuoto. If you’d like us to feature your…

Animals Photo by Peter Hay
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Not enough snow for you this winter? Tonight, we’d like you to meet a canine after your own heart — Maggie, the darling of 5th Avenue, who’s been introduced to us by neighbor/her person Peter Hay. If you’d like us to feature your dog on the site, whether it’s a proud purebred, a lovable whosawhatsit, or…

Animals Photo via findsugarbyc
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Last seen on February 23, Sugar, a four-year-old pit bull mix, has inspired a massive search throughout New York’s boroughs, with volunteers actively arranging search parties and posting fliers block by block. The Facebook page, Findsugarnyc, currently has more than 14,000 likes, and over 3,000 posts have been shared on Instagram with the hashtag #findsugarnyc.…

Animals (crop) scar adoption event
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Thinking of adding a new furry friend to your family? Then you should be on 7th Avenue this weekend! Sean Casey Animal Rescue will be holding an adoption event at Unleashed by Petco, located at 81 7th Avenue, between Berkeley and Union. Stop by on Saturday, March 7 from 12-5pm to meet some pets, and maybe make a…

Animals Photo by the McAvoy family
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When we learned last week that the most popular breed of dog in Park Slope is the French Bulldog, we put out the call for neighbors to share pics of their pups, and you didn’t let us down! Tonight we introduce you to another local sweetheart — if you’d like us to feature your dog on…

Animals Photo via Foster Dogs NYC
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Looking to add a new furry friend to your life? Consider Telly, the 6-year-old, 75-pound male American/English Bulldog who’s currently located in our area and is looking for someone to adopt him. Foster Dogs NYC has the details on this sweet pup: Telly is a happy guy! He does well with female dogs, but is…

Animals That tongue! Photo by Katie Rayer
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When we learned last week that the most popular breed of dog in Park Slope is the French Bulldog, we put out the call for neighbors to share pics of their pups, and you didn’t let us down! Tonight we introduce you to the first of the bunch — if you’d like us to feature…

Animals Aww, hi popular friend! Photo by
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The most popular breed of dog in Park Slope, along with other NYC neighborhoods, was announced by the American Kennel Club recently, and it makes us wonder: Where are all these French Bulldogs they say are so prevalent? Gothamist shared the list, which has the French Bulldog not only as the most popular breed in Park Slope, but…

Animals Photo by Park Slope for Pets
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Park Slope for Pets’ contributing blogger, the Cranky Observer, shares his thoughts on the year-round nighttime dog-walking routine he’s come to love. For some reason, nighttime dog walking gets a bad rap. For years, there were cartoons about lonely middle-aged people nervously navigating dark city streets in order to give their pets a last-minute circle…

Animals birds: blue jay
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Let this Valentine’s weekend be one for the birds! From Friday, February 13 through Monday, February 16, you can show some love for Mother Nature by counting your avian friends for the 18th annual Great Backyard Bird Count — a worldwide event that helps scientists track bird changes in countries across the globe. Anyone is welcome to participate, so…

Animals Photo by hairofthedogwalkers
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Even though #Snowmageddon2015 didn’t live up to its hype, it seems like winter just decided to blow in and snow has been no stranger to the Slope’s streets and stoops! With a couple months of chilly times left ahead of us, we want to make sure pets are safe and comfortable for the cold conditions…

Animals Feral cat colony. Picture by Scott Granneman/Wikimedia Commons.
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Cats are no strangers to the stoops of Park Slope. Have you seen a cat or two (or twenty perhaps!) roaming the neighborhood? In municipals like New York City, this wandering cat is likely a feral one. What you might not know is that there are many dedicated volunteers out there who work to make…

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