Basic Obedience Course

Doggedly Devoted owner and certified dog trainer Megan Coryat will be teaching a 5-week Beginner Level Obedience class for dogs and their humans at Harlem Doggie Day Spa.

The course will run for five consecutive Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm, January 16 through February 13 at the Harlem Doggie Day Spa play space annex at 761 St. Nicholas Avenue. The cost for the course is $300. Registration is now open. Registration is limited so that each training team gets individual attention. RSVP and reserve your spot now.

The behaviors covered in the course include sit, down, stay, loose leash walking, and polite greetings. More importantly, participants will leave the course with a good sense of how to manage challenging situations with their dogs and problem solve every day challenges. To register call Harlem Doggie Day Spa at (646) 386-7789 or email:

Puppy Socials

Harlem Doggie Day Spa is pleased to announce we are hosting Puppy Socials led by certified trainer Megan Coryat of Doggedly Devoted. This on-going course will be held Saturday mornings from 10 am to 10:45 am starting Sat., January 13. The cost for each Puppy Social is $25 per puppy.

Requirements to attend Puppy Socials at Harlem Doggie Day Spa are:

Age: Puppies must be 8 to 16 weeks old

Vaccinations: We allow puppies at Puppy Socials who are current on their DHPP vaccination series for their ago. We also recommend getting the bordetella vaccination.

RSVP: Please call or email for more information on puppy classes–Harlem Doggie Day Spa at (646) 386-7789 or email:

Puppy Socials have a training component designed by certified professional dog trainer Megan Coryat. Every week the class will cover the basics of

Disclaimer: There are inherent risks to allowing your puppy to come to a dog care facility, but we do our best to mitigate those risks by disinfecting the playroom before each puppy social. We do not, however, require people to disinfect their shoes, and we do allow puppies to attend who are already walking on the street. Consult with your vet to see if he or she is comfortable with the precautions we take. We believe that the benefits of attending socials far outweigh the risks.