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DOGGIE-DO & PLAYTIME TOO!

348 East 76th St.

(212) 288-3633

<URL destination="http://www.hunter.cuny.edu">www.doggiedonyc.com

This doggie day care center and grooming salon has been a mecca for pooches and their owners for more than 20 years. They provide a safe, loving environments for pets and the staff is welcoming and friendly. They offer overnight boarding, and all pets must be spayed or neutered and up-to-date on vaccines. There's also a small boutique with a designer collection of handed-knitted coats and sweaters.

CAMP CANINE

46 West 73rd St.

(212) 787-3647

<URL destination="https://www.ensemblestudiotheatre.org/">www.nycampcanine.com

Camp Canine is a full-service space with plenty of room for your pets to socialize with others of roughly the same size and age. They specialize in skittish animals and work to cure bad habits such as chewing and jumping. Staffers are helpful and patient. Dogs are walked for a mid-day relief break. Camp Canine offers “Valet Barking,” which means you can call ahead, and someone will come out to fetch your pet when you pull up.

THE WAGGING TAIL

77 Worth St.

(212) 285-4900

<URL destination="http://www.iatitheater.org/">thewaggingtail.nyc

Family-owned and operated for more than 30 years, this Tribeca spot is big and can handle up to 70 dogs. They offer day care, boarding, walking, breakfast and dinner, and bathing and grooming. There are cameras in the space and they even have a doggie pool. Staff is courteous and knowledgeable, and customers generally sing the praises of the care their pets receive.





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