I've taken my dog to City Bark on 8th ave twice now. They do a great job with him being that he doesn't get along with all the dogs it's a big task. Zeus always seams happy when he's in the care of the staff at City Bark. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs good overnight care.Like this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
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I've been using this doggy day car group for a while, so needless to say, I am overall pretty happy with the service. My only criticism would be the web cams for which one is able to watch their pet. During all three stays so far, I have seen my dog in action once over the course of 12 days. This leads me to feel uneasy about the experience, in that I don't know whether my dog is actually getting the play time I b... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
We have been taking our black labrador to city bark since we adopted him four years ago. When you meet people that care about your dogs you can see that right away. Whenever I pick him up you could tell that he is very happy and well cared for. As far as the other review, it's unfortunate that someone had a bad experience, but like all businesses- you can't please everyone and hopefully they found the right place f... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
City Bark and its staff are amazing! \r
My husband and I are both busy and active people and at least one night a week we both find ourselves not able to be home in the evening and were feeling awful about leaving Remy (our black lab and pointer mix furbaby) at home all day and evening without us. Then we found City Bark.\r
At first I was VERY apprehensive of the idea of leaving Remy at some random doggy ... view more
I have been taking my 6-lb miniature dachshund to City Bark for almost a year, and it's been a blessing. I was very worried about leaving her there, given how small she is. But the staff was very attentive to her needs, and she has grown to be very comfortable there. The 8th avenue location is particularly good for small dogs because of their high volume and greater likelihood of having small dog groups on a regul... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
Blanket started going to Doggy Daycare when she was just 6 months old. She loves it there so much that when she sees where we are going, she goes crazy, literally jumping out of the car and into daycare.
They have different playstations for the pups, and they try to group similar dogs together. For example, my pup LOVES to play all day long, so they place her in a very active group with other playful dogs.
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I can not say enough about the staff and facility at City Bark, these are people who truly care about your pets and their well being. We've had the pleasure of taking our chocolate lab, Charlie to city bark for doggie day care as well as boarding. He's a rescue from Safe Harbor Lab Rescue, and is very afraid of new situations. But the staff here have done a wonderful job of working with his issues and making sure t... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
My dog Sophie has been going to City Bark for about a year now and I am very grateful for their help! I feel extremely guilty of leaving Sophie at home during the day or the nights that I have dinner plans or errands and can't spend as much time with her. But City Bark really helps keep both of us happy!!! When I pick up Sophie after a day at City Bark, she waddles to the car like a little Eeyore and falls asleep ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
I read the review entitled ""Doggie ABUSE"" and felt compelled to write a review about my experience at City Bark. No one ever wants to see a dog get injured. Realistically however, whenever you put a group of dogs together, there is always a possibility of injury during play or by a dog that is misbehaving. That is why I take exception with the conclusion that an injury to a pet at a daycare/boarding facility is t... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch