The famous Central Park is almost synonymous with New York City, frequented by residents and visitors alike. Dogs are allowed in many parts of the park, which even features a monument to the brave Alaskan sled dogs of the 1920s. Better yet, in all of the areas where dogs are allowed, they can go off-leash from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. There's nothing like the off-leash wag!
Manhattan locals and visitors alike will love this dog-friendly destination. Located right in the Flatiron district, Madison Square Park features a gated dog run with canine water fountains and plenty of covered seating areas for pet parents. Plus, it's a great spot for pooches of all sizes because there are separate areas for large dogs and small dogs. Nearby, you'll find plenty of dog-friendly restaurants and shopping areas, too.
Fuel your dog's day of adventure at Prospect Park Dog Beach where your pooch can be off-leash during certain hours, primarily very early in the morning and late at night. Not only that, but he can enjoy a swim in the Dog Beach area during off-leash hours. This lovely dog-safe pool area was recently renovated and is a favorite of local canines.
This park features a beach so you can enjoy some time with Fido and wiggle your toes in the sand. Located in the Bronx, this dog-friendly spot has off-leash areas and a dog run to keep your pup occupied. While dogs aren't allowed in the water, they can enjoy the sandy beaches with you to take in the sights.
Located in Brooklyn, this shop has everything you need to keep your pup in tip top shape — from food and supplies to gear for your dog and beds for him to snuggle on. This canine-friendly establishment also allows you to shop for your dog with your dog. You can even purchase some grooming services for Fido while you're there in their full-service pet salon to keep him looking and smelling his best.
Send yourself and your dog school together with the amazing services of a professional dog trainer. This full-service school will teach your canine everything he needs to know about manners and obedience. And it's not all about hitting the books; School for the Dogs also offers fun activities like Breed Meet-ups where your dog can mingle with his canine cousins for some unique bonding fun — and you can meet with dog parents who share your great taste in furry friends.