National Dog Day Comes To Harlem At The Bark Shoppe!

The Bark Shoppe,, Upper Manhattan’s first 24 hour/7 days a week premium pet care and lodging facility, offers the following services:

State of the art camera systems, accessible by desktop or mobile devices.

The 1,300 square foot, bi-level pet care facility originally opened in 2012 as Paw Prints of Harlem by 30 year old CEO and Owner Melissa Mitchner (Bronx-born and raised).

The Bark Shoppe will celebrate National Dog Day by opening their doors to welcome old and new customers to enjoy a day of summer tasty treats for pets and their owners and live music. There will fun special give-aways for pet lovers to enjoy. All dog lovers are welcomed to attend!

Saturday, August 26, 2017, 12 – 5 PM


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The Bark Shoppe, 100 St. Nicholas Avenue at 116 Street, New York, NY 10026
(646) 590-1902, www.TheBarkShoppe.com

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