There are over half a million dogs in New York City. That's two million paws pounding the city sidewalks when their pet parents take them on walks. That's a fact which will probably make you paws for thought. Just goes to show that those sophisticated city slickers are just great big pup-loving softies at heart.
New York pups are lucky ones. They've got over forty off-leash parks to run around in, and in Central Park, they've got twenty-three lush, dog fur-endly areas where they can mix and mingle off-leash with other pups. But what breeds are you most likely to see romping through New York City?
Golden Retrievers are one great big bundle of pawsome love, but they do need some space. They make a puptastic family addition if you're lucky enough to live near a dog-friendly park or off-leash area. Yep, these pups come complete with a high energy level, and they need regular pup-sercise.