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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Goats, dogs, cats, sheep and falcons have all found gainful employment in the Big Apple.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The park hired the dogs to deal with flocks of Canada geese that were causing trouble at Clinton Cove.

Astoria »

Construction of the neighborhood's first city-run dog park is slated to start next summer.

Prospect Heights »

Pet owners should keep their dogs out of the park's waters for now, the Prospect Park Alliance said.

Park Slope »

The swimming area for pooches will close next week and reopen in the spring.

Union Square »

Police released a video of the suspect who punched a woman on West 15th Street last month.

Jamaica »

Bella and Max top the Health Department's list, which reveals other more interesting trends.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Helena building at 601 W. 57th St. no longer allows residents to walk their dogs through the lobby.

Greenpoint »

Best Friends Animal Society is holding an adoption drive in Greenpoint this weekend.

Brooklyn Heights »

We've wrangled the week's animal stories into one corral, for your reading pleasure.

Williamsburg »

The attack happened at 166 S. Ninth St. on March 28, according to police.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Guests can participate in canine-centric activities, meet Instagram-famous dogs and more.

Crown Heights »

Prince the dog, filmed howling during January's historic storm, was taken in by Guardians of Rescue.

Prospect Heights »

The temperature-controlled, members-only Dog Parker boxes cost 20 cents a minute.

Times Square & Theater District »

The artist Laurie Anderson will give a special performance on Monday to honor 9/11 first-responder dogs.