A Look at the Secret Lives of New York City Dogs
Photographer Rachael Hale McKenna captures the diversity of what it's like to live as man's best friend in the Big Apple.
Just like the beautiful people, Olive strikes a pose against local street art. Not all dogs like the street–these 50 pups need a home.
Stretch where you can: this empty urban space in Dumbo, Brooklyn, becomes a new place to play. Don’t bother the neighbors! These dogs are known to bark less.
Maybe after his human is done, Floyd can get a quick trim?
Katrina and Twiga
With a backdrop of a classic Soho cast-iron building, this fashionable pair Katrina and Twiga know how to turn heads.
Celeste and Ollie
Doesn’t everydog dream of going off-leash near Central Park’s historic Bethesda Terrace? (And maybe fountain-jumping in warmer weather.)
A walk among New York’s scenic brownstones: really just an excuse to hang with friends.
Clio and Jordin
Each block presents another opportunity for peek-a-boo, right?
Beautiful French bulldog puppy Franklin caught the photographer’s eye one night while on her way home.
The New York Dog
To see what other pooches in New York City are up to, take a look at The New York Dog.