From Massages to ‘Pawicures,’ These Resorts Have It All for Pets
Some people who take luxury vacations feel the need to give equal treatment to their dogs and cats, who now have resorts of their own.
Amateur Sleuths Close In on Suspect in Case of a Stolen Rabbit
The would-be rescuers believe they may know who took a gray bunny named Sunny from a shelter in East Harlem.
So Your Dog Works as a Model? Don’t Quit Your Day Job
People whose pets appear in advertising campaigns or other media don’t tend to make a lot of money, but they do get bragging rights.
New York Today: Where Every Day Is ‘Take Your Dog to Work Day’
Friday: Pip the office dog, weekend events and Michelangelo in Manhattan.
Holding On to My Pets, as Alzheimer’s Takes My Memories
Amid the many worries that accompany the illness, is a terror over how it will affect my pets and my bond with them.
I Raised Baby Pigeons in My Bathroom
My wife rescued a bird from a Brooklyn subway escalator. Then the adventure began.
From the Subways to the Sofa: Pet Rats
New Yorkers are adopting rats as pets, saying they are sociable, smart and cuddly.
The Lonely Pets Quiz
Is your pet lonely? Take our quiz to find out.
Better Health Through the ‘Lassie Effect’
People’s health improves when regularly exercising their dog. So why don’t more people walk their pets more often?
When a Pet Dies, Helping Children Through the ‘Worst Day of Their Lives’
Understanding the ways that a child might view and respond to a pet’s passing can help parents to ease the grieving process.