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New York Tails in the News

  • 1/4/06 - Diane West was a guest on New York 1 News ( to give her "Best Pet Product Picks for 2006." You can see the Jan. 4, 2006 article in the archive and even see the video!
  • 10/27/05 - The New York Times (Metro Section), "In Land Where a Tree Grows, an Immigrant Band Thrives"
    This article is about the wild parrots of Brooklyn. New York Tails is making a documentary about the Brooklyn Parrots, and some of our footage has already aired on Animal Planet! To see when the segment featuring our footage will next air on Animal Planet, click here.
  • 10/2/05 - The New York Times (Cross Westchester Section), "Tails of Rivalry"
    A semi-finalist in our "Best New York Tail" Contest is featured and a history of the contest is given.
  • March/April 2004 - Utne, "The Pooch Press"
    New York Tails is listed among the best of companion-animal magazines and is described as "providing solid practical advice for any city-dwelling pet owner."
  • Nov. 27, 2003 - The Babylon Beacon/Shopper, "Pets, Pets, Pets..."
    New York Tails comes to Long Island with its features on birds, dogs and fish, its book reviews, and its advice column. The magazine's involvement with animal welfare groups is discussed.
  • Sept. 28, 2003 - NY1 News, "Make Your Own Indoor Fish Pond"
    Frank Greco, a senior aquarist at the New York Aquarium and a columnist for New York Tails, tells us how to make an indoor fish pond.
  • Aug. 28, 2003 - TimesLedger, "Dog, Cats Grow 'Jail House Tails' at Rikers"
    Barbara Morris discusses our article about cats who have made homes at correctional facilities in New York City.

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Most recent update: 1/3/06
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