Harlem Pet Services and Retail Fair
February 21, 2015 by megan
Harlem is vibrant and expanding, and it’s a great place to have a pet. Over a dozen pet service pros are coming together on Saturday, March 28 from 12 to 4 pm for the Harlem Pet Services and Retail Fair to meet you--our neighbors-- and show you everything that is available for your pets right here in Harlem. Join us at Doggedly Devoted, located in 1400 Fifth Avenue (entrance is on 116th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues) to meet these local business owners who are also your neighbors. There will be free samples and presentations
Dogs are welcome on a leash and must be under your control at all times.
The ASPCA Mobile Spay and Neuter Clinic will be on site, too. If you are getting your cat or dog spayed or neutered you must arrive by 7 a.m. The ASPCA takes the first 20 to 25 animals that check in. The cost of spaying or neutering is $125. With proof of public assistance the cost is $5. Pit bulls are spayed or neutered for free. More more info see the ASPCA’s web site
The Harlem Pet Services and Retail Fair is part of the Harlem Park to Park
Earth Day Event Series.
5 and Beyond Wellness
Dog Cakes for Dogs
Doggedly Devoted Dog Daycare
1400 Fifth Avenue at 116th Street
Frania Shelley-Grielen, M.A., M.U.P.
Behavior Consulting, Training, Education
Harlem Animal Hospital
193 Lenox Avenue
Harlem Doggie Day Spa
734 Saint Nicholas Avenue
Heart of Harlem Veterinary Clinic
2143 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
Instinct Dog Training
1795 Lexington Avenue
Lisa's Pet Styles
22 Bradhurst Avenue
Loyal Dog Walking and Pet Care Company
247 West 145th Street
Paw Prints of Harlem
100 St. Nicholas Avenue
526 West 111th Street
295 West 112th Street
ALSO JOINING US:
Bohemia Realty Group
BRG helps their clients find pet-friendly housing in Harlem.
2101 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Participating Non-Profit and Community Organizations:
The ASPCA Mobile Spay and Neuter Clinic will be at Doggedly Devoted on March 28, 2015 at 7 a.m. **Please note that the clinic starts at 7 a.m.**
The Bully Project
The Bully Project's mission is to end dogfighting in NYC and promote responsible pet ownership. You can meet one of their adoptables at the fair.
Marcus Garvey Dog Run
Friends, neighbors, and animal lovers working together to revitalize our community.