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Best Neighborhood Pet-Supply Store

  • UPPER EAST SIDE

  • Litter & Leashes

    343 E. 66th St.; 212-734-8400

    Great selection of staples—Innova Evo, chewies—and a staff that’s full of nutrition advice and pet-care tips specific to the urban doggie.

  • UPPER WEST SIDE

  • PetHealthStore

    440 Amsterdam Ave.; 212-595-4200

    Lets customers sample food before buying (the four-legged customers, that is), and even publishes its own newsletter.

  • MIDTOWN EAST

  • For Pets’ Sake

    206 E. 38th St.; 212-661-2204

    Vets on call, and a boarding service with Webcams, so you can watch your pup from afar.

  • WEST VILLAGE

  • Beasty Feast

    630 Hudson St.; 212-620-7099

    In business 30 years; has a stellar selection of food, from Timberwolf Organics to Stella & Chewy’s.

  • LOWER EAST SIDE

  • Whiskers Holistic Pet Care

    235 E. 9th St.; 212-979-2532

    Lower East Siders trek uptown for this shop, specializing in pet “wellness,” herbal remedies, and flower preparations for mood swings.

  • FINANCIAL DISTRICT

  • Le Pet Spa

    300 Rector Pl.; 212-786-9070

    Small, but well stocked: everything from shampoo to freeze-dried doggy ice cream. A gumball machine dispenses liver biscotti for a quarter.

  • BOERUM HILL/COBBLE HILL/CARROLL GARDENS

  • Love Thy Pet

    164 Union St.; 718-596-2399

    The staff’s always ready to offer advice on organic pet food, Breath-a-licious bones, or T-shirts that read i love my 2 daddies.

    Complete List of Local Winners

From the 2007 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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