New Pet Program at the Benjamin, New York

barkboxThe Benjamin in New York City is set to launch a new pet program in conjunction with the property's $10 million renovation this October. GOOD DOG by The Benjamin is created in partnership with BarkBox, the New York-based monthly subscription pet treat curator.

GOOD DOG offers an assortment of welcome amenities, an in-room pet mini bar, around-the-clock access to an on-call veterinarian, new pet beds and more. The Benjamin welcomes dogs of all sizes. 

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Upon arrival pooches will receive a BarkBox, which is specific to the size of the pup.  Each BarkBox features between four and six treats, toys and hygiene products that are hand-selected and veterinarian-approved (the treats are made in the USA or Canada with all-natural ingredients). Each month's BarkBox is different. BarkBox donates at least 10% of profits to shelters, rescues and animal welfare organizations. 

When pets take to the streets of New York, The Benjamin offers other amenities that include a BarkBox collapsible water bowl, paw wipes and a roll of plastic bags.

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For pet dining, the hotel now offers an in-room pet mini bar with an assortment of Biscuit Tins by Bocce’s Bakery. Mungo & Maud water bowls are provided in varying sizes.

To access the 24-hour veterinarian line, pet owners simply need to call down to The Benjamin’s concierge team, anytime day or night, and they will be connected to a vet via phone without delay for a complimentary consultation. 

Visit www.thebenjamin.com 

Photo by BarkBox

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