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City Walks

It’s hard enough to leave your furry little friend behind when you go to work. But actually handing his leash—never mind your keys—to a total stranger? Sit, stay . . . relax! If neighbors, your vet, or friends from the dog run haven’t been able to hook you up with a walker, try calling one of these dog-care centers.

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Biscuits & Bath

227 East 44th Street
212-692-2323
1535 First Avenue
near 80th Street
212-794-3600
biscuitsandbath.com

With everything from a doggy pool to training and grooming, this place offers walks at $10 for 30 minutes. Day care is from $31. Cage-free boarding is $55. Annual dues are $250.

Central Bark West

139 West 69th Street Suite 3
917-856-7955
centralbarkwest.com

Call here for the full range of dog-sitting services, from walks (about $10 for a 30-minute group walk; $25 for an hour solo) to in-home pet sitting (from $13 for a half hour to $65 for an overnight stay).

Spoil-a-Pet

18 South Oxford Street
Fort Greene, Brooklyn
718-858-7345
spoil-a-pet.com

Brooklynites can count on these folks for overnight sitting ($60, with two walks) and walking (from $15 for twenty minutes). Service in Manhattan too. Owners are interviewed and given contracts detailing the walker’s responsibilities.

Two Dogs & A Goat

326 East 34th Street
212-213-6979
twodogsandagoat.com

A good bet for walking and grooming in the Hamptons and Manhattan. A 30-minute individual walk is $16; an hour is $27. For $54 to $65, you can get your pet three home visits a day. In-your-home grooming, training, and sitting too.

Walkee Doggie

10 West 15th Street, Suite 308
212-620-7600
walkeedoggie.com

A downtown business with walking and sitting services throughout Manhattan (except in midtown). Group walks are from $10 for 30 minutes. Solo walks start at $14. Overnight sitting is $50. Progress reports included.


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