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Chelsea »

Animal Rescue Volunteer Has Bag Stolen at Pet Shop, Police Say

The man was volunteering for an animal rescue when his belongings were stolen, police said.

Fort George »

Seven Pit Bull Puppies Rescued from Amateur Breeder Need Home

The dogs dubbed "The Seven Dwarfs" were saved from squalid conditions in Queens.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Pups to Strut Their Spooky Stuff at Halloween Costume Show

The third annual Pups on the Runway Halloween Costume Ball will feature dozens of dressed-up pooches.

New York City »

'Yelp For Dogs' Launches With Guide to Pooch-Friendly Galleries and Bars

DogSpin brings together reviews and guides for dog owners in New York.

Upper East Side »

Bodega's 'Attack Cat' Menaces Passing Pups

A surly cat menaces dogs that dare pass by her Upper East Side bodega, locals said.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

'Santa Paws' Coming to Visit Dogs and Kids in Inwood

"Santa Paws" is coming to town, visiting dogs and children in Inwood Hill Park.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Store That Banned Drunk Puppy Buying Gets Fan Mail

After Le Petite Puppy made national headlines for its policy banning sales to drunk customers, messages from around the country have flooded in.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Drunk Puppy Buying Banned by West Village Pet Stores

Drunk puppy buying customers are a challenge for Greenwich Village pet stores surrounded by bars and clubs.

Midtown & Theater District »

Pooches Go Green at 'St. Pawtrick's Day' Party

Animal Fair magazine organized a party Wednesday for dog lovers and their furry friends to benefit the Humane Society.

Manhattan »

New Law Will Jail Dog Owners Who Chain Up Pooches for Too Long

The City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on a bill to punish dog owners who keep their dogs tethered too long.

Manhattan »

Owners Who Tie Up Dogs Would be Locked Up Under New Law

The legislation would punish owners who keep their dogs tethered for more than three hours over a 12-hour stretch.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

New York Dogs Battle Heat, Paw-Scorching Pavement

The city's four-legged residents are trying to beat the heat too.

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