POSHEST PUPPY DAYCARE
Biscuits and Bath (1535 First Ave.) With 13 NYC locations, Biscuits and Bath offers everything from puppy training and surgery recovery to a VIP boarding package, including a spa day, hammock bedding and a massage.
BEST HAUTE HOTELS FOR HOUNDS
D Pet Hotels (104 W. 27th St.) D Pet Hotels treats your dog like royalty with amenities such as a luxury chauffeur that picks up your pet, or the Uber Suite, equipped with a full-size bed and TV fit for a king.
BEST HOLISTIC PET HEALER
Animal Acupuncture Dr. Rachel Barrack’s on-site, holistic approach to veterinary practice is backed by her expertise in Chinese herbal therapy and acupuncture, along with her experience working with champion racehorses at the Belmont and Aqueduct Racetracks.
MOST CHIC DOG RESORT
Fetch Club (85 South St.) For a brief or extended stay, your dog will have everything at its paws, from a blueberry facial and oatmeal bath to a grain-free dry dinner from Zignature.
BEST EVERYDAY GROOMING
The Bark Shoppe (100 St. Nicholas Ave.) The groomers here will truly pamper your pup with The Paw Print service, which includes bathing, brushing, a haircut, ear and eye cleaning and nail clipping.
BEST SHOW GROOMING
Downtown Doghouse (168 Ninth Ave.) Due to specialty services including hand scissoring, hand stripping and show cuts, these groomers have nabbed awards from Westminster and GroomOlympics.
New York Dog Nanny (126 Lexington Ave.) With a huge selection of grooming, sitting and holistic services, New York Dog Nanny lets you give your dog the spa of a lifetime with add-ons such as a Dead Sea mud mask.
Canine Car When your pet needs a lift home, to the airport or even to your wedding, Canine Car has options that taxis simply can’t match, including the city’s only 24/7 emergency pet transport.
BEST PET CLOTHES
Canine Styles (830 Lexington Ave.) New York’s oldest dog emporium sells deluxe dog accessories such as cashmere or handknitted wool sweaters, genuine shearling coats and a faux-python dog carrier.