Dog Events in New Rochelle, NY

There are 3 upcoming pet friendly events within 20 miles of New Rochelle. Use the links below to get details on each event, print directions, look at pictures, and even read reviews of last year’s event. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in New Rochelle.

Pet Friendly Sip and Paint a Pet Portrait at Barking Dog
Sip and Paint a Pet Portrait at Barking Dog Dogs welcome! It's EASY; no artistic background necessary. Michele draws your pet for you. Send a photo of your pet to, and it will be pre-sketched and ready for you to trace and watercolor. Please only bring dogs who are well behaved and socialized (you might be photographed for future promos), and purchase at least one drink or food item. See Details
Pet Friendly Deck the Paws Holiday Pup-Up
Deck the Paws Holiday Pup-Up Come get your holiday card photos taken with your dogs! There will be a photo booth setup with holiday props (Christmas, Hanukkah, and winter-themed)! To guarantee your entry, please book your spot ahead of time. Please bring one item from a curated list from the animal rescue partners or show proof of donation to one of the rescue partners. Each day a new rescue partner will be supported, and adoptable dogs will be invited to get their photos taken, too! Event will take place on Friday and Saturday from 12pm until 6pm, and on Sunday from 12pm until 3pm. Hosted by ZippyPaws and Spot & Tango. See Details
New York City Tartan Day Parade New York City Tartan Day Parade honors Tartan Day, the day proclaimed in the United States to honor its Scottish heritage. Hundreds of thousands of spectators line the streets to watch the procession on Sixth Avenue featuring hundreds of bagpipers, Highland dancers, and thousands of marchers, all lovers of Scotland and all things Scottish. The parade welcomes anyone with a Scottish breed dog to march in the parade. The dogs are separated in three packs: Hebridean Hunting Hounds (including Scottish Deerhounds, Wolf Hounds, Gordon Setters and Golden Retrievers), Highland Herders (including different Collie breeds, Shetland Sheep Dogs, etc.), and Wee Highland Warriors (including West Highland, Scottish and other Terriers). Please note that dogs must be registered in advance. See Details