Thinking about attending BlogPaws? This year’s conference was my second time at the rodeo, and I’ve learned a few things along the way. Whether you’re a newbie or seasoned veteran, check out my 11 Great Tips for BlogPaws Attendees!
Looking for a pet photographer in the Brooklyn area? Look no further! Petra Romano of Pets by Petra reached out to me to see if Henry and I would be interested in participating in one of her new “Expressions” photo shoots as well as a few portraits of the two of us together in exchange for featuring the experience on the blog. I was thrilled to accept and we had an incredible time. Keep reading to learn more about Petra, see the photos from the shoot, and even save some money on your own shoot!
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Having a car in New York City is expensive, not to mention a pain in the tush. When forced to travel with their dogs, many New Yorkers choose to take the subway. There is a right way and a wrong way to do this, however, especially if your dog stresses easily. Keep reading to learn how to bring your dog on the subway while following the law and assuring it’s an easy trip for you, your dog, and your fellow passengers.
Did you know that there is a magical place where knitting and dogs coexist in perfect harmony? It’s called Wags and Wool, and it sells both yarn and dog supplies. As a result, it’s my new favorite store. I stopped by on my trip to Maine this month, and even brought back a surprise that one lucky reader will win!
Hundreds of attendees (both animal and human) flocked to the first NYC Paws Parade to celebrate the ASPCA’s 150th anniversary! The April 10, 2016 parade started at Madison Square Park at 26th Street and 5th Avenue and extended to Union Square. In Union Square, a coordinating Adoptapalooza offered hundred of animals for adoption with fees covered by Animal Planet. A second location in Brooklyn provided additional adoptions, food trucks, a historical ASPCA exhibit, and a photo booth.
I stopped by Union Square to catch the parade, meet some pups, and take a few pictures. Keep reading to view photos of costumed dogs, adoptable dogs, and even a celebrity dog or two!