Our Chelsea vet clinic may be new to the area but many of our team members are long-time residents. We’ve pooled together our favorite pet-friendly places in the neighborhood as a guide for fellow Chelsea pet parents.
Broadway & 5th Ave
Also known as Jeremy’s Run, this dog park is always active.
15th & Union Square W
Though on the smaller side, this is a nice place to let your pup socialize after you two do some produce shopping at the popular Union Square Greenmarket.
23rd St & 11th Ave
Located within Hudson River Park, you can take in the waterfront scenery while your pooch exercises and socializes in a safe environment in this Chelsea dog park.
Groomers & Boarding
288 8th Ave
Keep your furry friend mat and tangle free. Chelsea dog groomer Towne House offers mini and full grooms for both dogs and cats.
145 W 24th St
One of NYC’s first pet hotels, this cage-free boarding facility for dogs and cats is clean, safe, and supervised 24 hours a day.
552 6th Ave
D is for Doggy provides cage-free daycare, boarding, and grooming services for dogs in a cozy, comfortable environment.
32 W 25th St
Offering daycare, grooming, training, and bathing services, this Chelsea dog spa is a one-stop shop for your furry friend.
Pet Supply Stores
170 W 23 St
This independent chain of family-owned stores carries thousands of products that are sure to satisfy all of your pet’s needs. Plus, they offer online ordering and same-day delivery.
327 W 14th St
This pet supply store offers a large selection of healthy pet foods and supplies, and can deliver same-day. They also offer pet grooming and dog training classes.
172 9th Ave
This compact Chelsea dog store stocks natural and holistic food, as well as clothing, beds, toys, and treats for your furry BFF.
224 W 20th St
This coffee shop boasts a garden where you and your fluffy friends can enjoy a cup of brewed-by-the-cup coffee.
180 10th Ave
Located inside the dog-friendly Highline Hotel, this coffee bar has a beautiful courtyard where you can sip coffee and enjoy a pastry (or two).
242 W 16th St
This all-day cafe serves simple American classics, coffee, and wine and beer, and welcomes dogs in outdoor seating areas. Plus, they regularly partner with rescues to help dogs find forever homes.
132 W 27th St
The Wilson not only welcomes dogs, but serves them, too! Treat your pup to16-ounce steak or another delicacy, while you enjoy your own globally-inspired dish on their side patio. Fun fact: The Wilson was named after a dog!
Madison Ave & E 23rd St
After letting your pup socialize at the Madison Square Park Dog Run, grab a burger and some dog biscuits and enjoy some people-watching at the original Shake Shack in Madison Square Park.
127 W 26th St
Have a drink with your best bud at Black Door, a casual bar that allows pets inside.
156 10th Ave
This New American restaurant welcomes four-legged friends to join their humans for brunch, lunch, or dinner outside in their tree-speckled sidewalk seating area.
246 W 18th St
This American eatery has a menu that will please both meat-eaters and vegans alike. Snag a seat outside to eat with your pup.
161 8th Ave
Serving up sustainable fish dishes and beach vibes, Seamore’s welcomes your four-legged friends to dine on their patio.
200 9th Ave
Get your meatball fix at this casual spot with outdoor dining.
About Bond Vet Chelsea
Bond Vet Chelsea isn’t your normal animal hospital. We go above and beyond to help your pets in a welcoming, comfortable environment. We offer both urgent care and primary care at our Chelsea veterinary clinic, so everything from vaccines and checkups to “Hmmm, my dog is acting a little weird today.” Learn more about our Chelsea veterinarians, medical team, and clinic here.