Archive for the ‘Photos’ Category

Forever one of our favorite photos. After being forced to take a bath, here is Baxter, sulking by himself in his crate.

#FirstWorldDogProblems maybe?

Thanks for the photo, Amanda!


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Rencin and Blue, just hanging out in Washington Square Park.

Two best friends, just living the dream.

(Big thanks to our awesome manager Amanda for this picture!)


Happy August 🙂

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A couple of weeks ago, we told you about an adoption event that Adopt NY had planned for Sunday, July 1 in Tompkins Square Park in East Village.

It was a hot and sunny day, but a very successful one!  Many of the wonderful dogs and cats that were there were adopted, or got enough publicity that they found their forever homes within days of the event!  Two of our USDW’s own volunteered with Zani’s Furry Friends, a wonderful nonprofit based out of New York City.

Below are some of the photos we captured on this fun and successful day:


We hope that everyone who attended enjoyed themselves and maybe found a new friend.  We also hope that this event has inspired people to look into adopting a dog or cat from a New York animal shelter.  For more information about adoption events or about adopting a pet in general, check out the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.

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Seen in NY #2

Seen on the West Side Highway.  Who wouldn’t love to be driven around by a shirtless chauffeur?

Taken by the talented Laura.

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This is a photo of Maggie, a 5 1/2 month Golden Doodle, taken just after jumping in the pool and realizing how effective it is at cooling her off.

Feel free to check out more of our dog’s at Laura’s Facebook page, Dogs of New York.  Union Square Dog Walker is lucky to have such a talented and passionate photographer!

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This is Winston.  There isn’t really too much to say here, honestly.  The photo says it all.

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On the 4 train from 86th Street to Union Square…

…an adorable pit bull puppy, looking somewhat scared of all the noises around him, but also looking quite comfortable on his owner’s lap.

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