Best high-end pet boutiques in New York City

Pamper your four-legged friend with cool treats from these stylish pet boutiques in New York City.

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  • Photograph: Courtesy D Pet Hotels

    D Pet Hotels

  • Photograph: Courtesy D Pet Hotels

    D Pet Hotels

  • Photograph: Courtesy D Pet Hotels

    D Pet Hotels

  • Photograph: Courtesy Fetch Club

    Fetch Club

  • Photograph: Courtesy inubar

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  • Photograph: Courtesy inubar

    inubar

  • Photograph: Courtesy inubar

    inubar

  • Photograph: Courtesy the Jumping Bulldog

    The Jumping Bulldog

  • Photograph: Courtesy the Jumping Bulldog

    The Jumping Bulldog

  • Photograph: Courtesy Wag Club

    Wag Club

  • Photograph: Courtesy Wag Club

    Wag Club

Photograph: Courtesy D Pet Hotels

D Pet Hotels

D Pet Hotels

D Pet Hotels

A hot spot for celebs’ pooches in Los Angeles, D Pet Hotels opened its first New York location in September. Once inside the doggie resort and spa’s lobby, look for its modern 500-square-foot boutique, where you can dig through finds such as Les Pets En Voyage’s taxi-cab-yellow rain ponchos, which are covered with illustrations of Big Apple landmarks ($28), and colorful skateboards fashioned into food-and-water serving stations ($105). During your visit, hungry hounds can snack on pumpkin-spice and truffle-mac-and-cheese organic biscuits ($9–$16) from local bakeries Spoil Me Rotten, Bocce’s Bakery and Biscuits by Lampchop. • 646-478-7877, dpethotels.com

  1. 104 W 27th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Fetch Club

Fetch Club

This two-year-old South Street Seaport space doesn’t throw around the term club lightly—along with a hotel and spa, it also has a boîte for canines that’s open till midnight. Fetch’s 1,200-square-foot shop features items for boxers, pitbulls and other macho breeds, including Red Ferrari Sports Beds ($250), personalized sports-team ID tags ($15) and outdoor tents ($130–$160). Even doggies who aren’t into sports will enjoy high-pitched squeak toys that can’t be heard by humans ($9) and Fetch’s own line of handmade harnesses and collars ($25 and up). • 212-401-8199, fetchclub.com

  1. 85 South St at John St
inubar

inubar

Pet lovers who worked for online wine retailer Lot18 are behind this well-curated New York City–based website. The store posts at least four new items each week, which are tested by a half-dozen super-cute city-dwelling pooches. Keep preppy pups warm throughout fall and winter months with argyle sweaters complete with built-in scarves ($29) or mix-knit apple-red coats ($31). Inubar also sells aesthetically pleasing home accessories like sage floral beds ($58–$81) and acacia wood bowls ($42–$92), and toys such as senior-friendly bones and balls designed for canines with limited chewing strength ($17–$30). • inubar.com

The Jumping Bulldog

You’ll likely meet the namesake of this shop upon entering the 375-square-foot space: Oscar, owner Tania Firrigno’s energetic French bulldog, is known to leap up to greet customers at the door. The cozy Astoria shop, which has a restored 100-year-old tin ceiling and original mosaic tile floors, packs in an array of creative items, such as handmade mohair sweaters ($50 and up), organic plush toy caterpillars ($13 and up), retro ’60s carriers ($80) and pearl leashes ($10). There’s even an in-house artist for personalized portraits of your mutt ($75 and up). • 718-274-2510, jumpingbulldog.com

  1. 28-10 23rd Ave, (between 28th and 29th Sts)
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Wag Club

Wag Club

Founder John Squires’s Jack Russell terrier, Lucy Liu, tries all products before they’re sold at this year-old Brooklyn Heights boutique. Discover quirky spa items such as Upper West Side groomer Warren London’s doggy nail-polish pens ($9) and “pawdicure” fizz tablets ($14), as well as tasty treats including froyo from Yöghund ($2.50) and Cod Skins from Polkadog Bakery ($14), which are chock-full of omega-3 fatty acids. If your Fido is a real brainiac, consider nabbing Nina Ottoson’s interactive game DogCasino ($54), in which your pooch must slide open doors to find hidden snacks. • 347-689-6925, wagclubny.com

  1. 362 Furman St at Joralemon St, Brooklyn Heights


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