Downtown Doghouse and Barking Zoo Are Having a Block Party and Huge Fire Sale      

October 6, 2015

Having a dog isn’t cheap. Between the vet bills, food and accessories, things start to add up. Fortunately, we have a fire sale for you.

This coming Saturday on Oct. 10 Downtown Doghouse and Barking Zoo in Chelsea are holding their third-annual block party. Downtown Doghouse, known for spoofing up Westminster dogs, will be slashing prices on a number of products. Certain collars will be $5, harnesses $8 and leashes are $5. If you buy a harness/leash or collar/leash combo, the price goes down even further. A selection of coats and sweaters will be $10 and some carriers will be priced at $15. Brands include Puppia, Chilly Dog, Unnecessary Essentials, Trish Hampton and many more. For Barking Zoo’s selection of sales items –  cotton sweaters, collars, leashes and bowls, among other items — nothing will be over $20. Besides scooping up products way below wholesale prices, the event will have other activities to get the community involved.

Related: Downtown Doghouse: Where Westminster Dogs Go to Get Groomed

There will be ask the vet with the West Village Veterinary Hospital and ask the trainer with Kate Perry, where owners can get free advice. Plus, the stores’ neighbors Milk & Hops and Gelato Giusto will have free goodies for people. And for the dogs, Chloe’s Treats — snacks made form cricket protein — will be offering free samples. There will be adoptable dogs through Save-A-Pet NYC.

There will also be the opportunity to donate gently used pet goods to support animal organization Rock & Rawhide.

The event goes from 10 am to 6 pm. The address is 9th Avenue between 20th and 21st Streets

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