Harlem Woman Helps Stray Cats Find Permanent Homes

When Alicia Harding moved to her Harlem home in 2015, she noticed a group of stray cats living in front of her apartment building. It wasn’t until Harding went to feed them that she understood the gravity of the situation, she told Patch. Continue Reading →

Pet Health And Safety Tips From Harlem To Hollis

Help your pooch (in your silver sneakers) make the most out of a Harlem summer. Our pets love summer just as much as we do! For many, it’s the best time of year to be out, about, and enjoying all that the season has to offer. Continue Reading →

Health Department, Animal Care Centers And Mayor’s Alliance Co-Host Cat And Dog Event

This weekend, the Health Department, Animal Care Centers of NYC, and Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals provided free rabies vaccinations to the city’s dogs and cats for the first time this year. Continue Reading →

Tiny Pitbull Puppy Gets New Life After Being Found Hanging From A Pole In Harlem

Holidog Times reports that on New Year’s Eve last year, in Harlem, New York, a shelter welcomed a brand new puppy who was found in a very alarming state, reports The Dodo. Continue Reading →

Missing Dog Found In A Harlem Building Lobby

A New York City animal shelter is attempting to reunite a small dog found in the lobby of a Harlem building Monday with its rightful owners. Continue Reading →

Tips On Keeping Your Dog Safe This Winter In Harlem

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By Erin Askeland

Keeping your furry family members safe during the winter can be a difficult task, it’s important to be mindful of your pet’s well-being. Continue Reading →

Quick, Easy Ways To Pet-Proof Your Home For The Holidays In Harlem

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By Erin Askeland

Keeping your furry family members safe during the Harlem holiday festivities can be a difficult task. Whether you’re traveling or celebrating at home this year, it’s important to be mindful of your pet’s well-being. Continue Reading →

Cat That Dodged Death Has New Home In Harlem

cat-in-harlemA gray cat that brought a 7 train to a halt last month has found a home in Harlem — minus part of her paw and tail. Continue Reading →

Harlem Domestic Violence Shelter Provides Safe Haven For Survivors’ Pets

when-deciding-whether-or-not-to-flee-an-abusive-relationship-48-percent-of-women-choose-not-to-leaveWhen deciding whether or not to flee an abusive relationship, 48 percent of women choose not to leave out of fear of what may happen to their pets, according to Dr. Kurt Venator, a veterinarian with Purina. Continue Reading →

It’s Halloween – Why Is Fido Hiding Under the Bed?

halloween petsBy Dr. Karen Becker

Halloween is a few days away and I hope no one reading here is thinking seriously about forcing a four-legged family member into an elaborate costume. Continue Reading →