We met friends at Le Pain Quotidien in Central Park for breakfast last weekend, and halfway through my (delicious) oatmeal I realized that this crowd of ladies and dogs and pet strollers had gathered on the lawn across the path. I put down my spoon, darted over, and took their picture. They told me that one of their dogs has a bad leg, and has to be chauffeured (the other strollers were not explained — I think the ladies just … Read more
Posts tagged ‘Central Park’
Someone reached Dog Jaunt via this query yesterday, and it’s question I’ll have, too, when I head off to NYC next week for the TBEX bloggers conference. Happily, it’s easily answered, because the Central Park Conservancy, in its wisdom, created Central Park PAWS, whose website is a key part of its mission to keep a dialogue going between the park and the many, many dog owners who love the park.
Look at the Park Guide page for all the details and … Read more
This picture, sent to me last week by New York friends, says it all: The new branch of Le Pain Quotidien, which just opened in the Mineral Springs Pavilion near Central Park’s Sheep Meadow, has a dog-friendly patio. Tears of joy, people!
Sure, it’s a chain — but it’s a darned good chain, not only making praiseworthy efforts to use organic and local ingredients, and build and operate in a responsibly green way, … Read more
Last year I posted a favorable review of a book for RVers traveling with dogs called Woodall’s Camping and RVing with Dogs, so when the Woodall’s site announced that the authors now have a website that allows users to find dog-friendly campgrounds on a map of the U.S., I paid attention. Click on the state you’re interested in for details — and notice that when you do, the left-hand column changes to include links to some useful information, collected under … Read more