You see pets all the time when out and about these days. Some people enjoy taking their furry companion with them everywhere, and now businesses are catering to the pet lovers. You can find local pet hotels, bakeries, spas, and events just for pet owners. Spend some time with your furry friend outdoors. When you are ready to get into a senior living facility, more places allow you to bring your pets.
Several senior living facilities are now pet-friendly, so when you move, your pet comes with you. Make sure to check for any restrictions on size or number allowed. If you are ready to move into a carefree senior living community, Somers Place is a small and pet-friendly community to make you feel at home. There are several activities to choose from including games, fitness, movies, happy hour, and several off-site adventures such as going to the casino or going out for ice cream.
Arbor Terrace Teaneck allows you to give up your chores and live an independent lifestyle with your pet. Take in the scenic woodlands as you grab your pet for a walk. Stay fit and active. Other amenities include spa membership, fine dining, laundry service, housekeeping, activities, and more. There is no entrance fee.
Sunrise of Madison offers a beautiful assisted living facility to help you with a little extra care. You can get assistance with eating, getting dressed, bathing, and medication management. Residents are encouraged to take their furry friends out for a walk when they are not enjoying one of the many activities. Sunrise offers the extra security you need along with all the comforts of home.
Spend the day shopping with your dog at the Mall at Short Hills. Dog stroller rentals are available if you would like to push your furry friend. Take your dog to enjoy the beach at dog-friendly Gerritsen Avenue. Reward your dog with a shopping trip for a toy or sweet treat at Hound About Town pet store.
If you are hungry and want to grab a bite to eat with your pet, visit one of the area’s dog-friendly patios and enjoy lunch or dinner at Light Horse Tavern, Amelia’s Bistro, Wonder Bagels, Brightside Tavern, or d.b.a. There are also numerous other pet-friendly restaurants in New York City.
There are several pet events in Jersey City and surrounding areas throughout the year such as New Jersey Week for Animals, Bark at the Park at Citi Field, Tompkins Square Halloween Pet Parade, FIDO Coffee Bark, and Paws in the Park.
If you want to get your pet out and meet some other dogs, there are several local dog parks including Lincoln Park Dog Run, Van Vorst Park Dog Run, Hamilton Park Dog Runs, Inwood Hill Park Trail, and Tamaques Park.
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