2. take your dog to central park – Where else in Manhattan can your dog walk over so much dirt and roll in the grass without getting arrested? If it’s your thing there are also hours of the day you can let your dog off leash but please, if your dog can not even remember it’s own name, you might want to think twice about doing that, at least on the days cars are allowed in the park.
4. use an nyc dog trainer – Admit it, your dog has a problem, he likes to go #2 on your coffee table. And your explanation that he only does it when there is a full moon is not cutting it anymore. Treat yourself and your dog to an nyc dog trainer! What seems expensive today will be a bargain once that nagging situation has been solved and a good trainer will continue to answer your questions long after your check has cleared.
5. get a 2nd dog – Only have one dog? Get them a friend and watch how much more happy and well rested you find them! I tell my clients all the time if they had a second dog they would probably use us less (: Fine with me if it helps needing dogs get a home. If possible adopt a dog from the nycacc or your local shelter but either way be sure to investigate the compatibility beforehand of your dogs personality with the new dog. And it’s always best to have your first dog “trained” before getting a second dog.