The Central Park Balto sculpture honors a brave Siberian Husky. In a January crisis, Balto's sled team covered 674 miles through a blizzard to transport diphtheria serum, saving lives in Alaska. An enduring tribute to canine heroism.
Upon the reopening of the 23rd Street F/M stations on Nov. 29, 2018, 11 captivating Weimaraner murals emerged. Renowned artist William Wegman captured his iconic dogs as relatable "platform companions," with Mayer of Munich .
Discover the enchanting Nelson A. Rockefeller Park with Tom Otterness' whimsical sculpture, "The Real World." Amid human and animal artworks, the beloved Bulldog stands near the water fountain, a true delight to behold.
Explore the 9/11 Museum's touching tribute, "Dogs of 9/11." While pets aren't allowed inside, this exhibit honors the courageous canines who served during and after the tragedy. A heartfelt homage to these heroes, with the last one passing away in 2016 at 16 years old.
Togo, a key sled dog in the 1925 Nome Serum Run, often overshadowed by Balto, deserves recognition. Leonhard Seppala and Togo covered the most perilous stretch, while Balto led the final leg.
Boris & Horton made history as NYC's inaugural dog-friendly café. Indulge in delectable human treats like lattes and grilled cheeses. Spoil your pup with sweet potato fries, doggy donuts, and other delightful offerings.
Greeted by a 38-foot-tall Dalmatian sculpture, children entering Hassenfield Children’s Hospital are met with a warm embrace. The whimsical touch of a taxi balanced on its nose, an actual stripped Prius, adds to the playful ambiance.
Indulge your dog-loving heart at the AKC Museum of the Dog. While non-service dogs can't enter, this newly opened haven features an array of artworks, from paintings to sculptures and photographs, celebrating our furry friends.