The Gate, a dog-friendly bar, says the city's ruling that it's a food establishment is bogus.
The Gate has allowed dogs since 1997, but a recent 311 call put a stop to the canine-friendly policy.
A canine-friendly bar, competitive middle schools and affordable co-ops all made the news this week.
The contest, called "Salty Dog," takes place Halloween night in the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge.
Dog owners have been pushing to get a new, modern dog run in the neighborhood.
Police have been called to Fort Greene Park five times in the past five months, records show.
Flash, an Inwood-based Basset Hound, has gained more than 10,000 followers since late June.
Dog groups are warning pet owners to avoid Prospect Park Lake, where blue-green algae has been spotted.
Dog owners want a place with benches and separate spaces for large and small pooches to play.
The OUT Hotel's new Dog House Suites have treats, a fake fire hydrant and a dog bed.
James Tarangelo's dog Spot was taken from him based on concerns about the pet's health.
Blake Rodriguez, who trained with "Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan, will offer classes for pets and owners.
Whisk drivers will pick up dogs as heavy as 85 pounds, along with other city pets.
Dogs with scarred faces and a covered pit were found on 196th Street, police said.
Michael Haltenberger and Suzanne Davison are whipping up snacks fit for four-legged and two-legged fans.
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