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DoggyStyle

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Rating: 4

(4 out of 5)

98 Thompson St., New York, NY 10012
212-431-9200

1366 miles away
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Knowledgeable staff and unique selection make Doggystyle a standout boutique.

June 29, 2010 2:41 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

Chic and unique, Doggystyle is a pet boutique located at 73 Thompson Street between Spring and Broome in SoHo. The small, clean store strives for quality over quantity and features some of the more exclusive brands in the pet product business. Doggystyle's offerings of dog clothing start at $35, and dog beds start at $100.

While the selection is not wide by any stretch of the imagination, the brands Doggystyle does carry are chosen for their attention to detail – as long as you don’t mind dropping some serious cash. The store offers a section for organic dog treats that has some brands you won’t find at your neighborhood pet store, such as Robbie Dawg, Honest Kitchen and Wet Nose. These products range in price from $6 to $15.

The staff is very friendly and welcomes dogs with affection and a showering of treats (my dog received three on his last visit). Staffers are also very knowledgeable about specialty pet products and are happy to help you locate even the most hard-to-find ones and order them for you if they aren’t in the store.

Doggystyle offers its own brand of harnesses and collars which are some of the most fashionable in New York – particularly on pugs, it seems – and go for $45 each. The facility also offers grooming services, which can range from $50 to 60 depending on your pet’s size. Groomings take about two hours and are very popular, so it’s a good idea to make an appointment a couple of days in advance.

The store is worth stopping by to check out even if you don’t intend to spend money – take a gander at the oil paintings of dogs on the wall or just ogle some of the pricier beds they feature – which might be more comfortable than the one you sleep in.

Pros: Quality over quantity—each item is carefully chosen for superior details. The store’s own line of harnesses and collars will make your canine feel like a fashionista.

Cons: Small selection makes finding everyday items difficult. And be prepared to spend big on these posh canine products.

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