Hudson’s Hounds NYC
New York, New York
Hudson’s Hounds NYC provides compassionate care for your companion animal. We pride ourselves on delivering the level of service you seek, as well as the respect and love your dog deserves. Whether your pooch needs someone to take them out while you are away at the office or you require overnight care while traveling, HHNYC is here for you and your dog.
When choosing a company to care for your dog we know you are looking for one you can trust. We also understand you want to know that the individual forming the personal relationship with your companion animal is someone dependable. At Hudson’s Hounds NYC, we are diligent about selecting the optimal person to provide the ultimate level of service, based on you and your dog’s particular needs, with the utmost integrity. You may also find peace knowing we are trained in Pet CPR and First Aid, as well as being bonded and insured with Pet Sitters Associates.
Hudson’s Hounds is a vegan company. This simply means we view every animal as an individual who has a unique set of circumstances and personality. You can rest assured that your companion animal’s needs will always be put first.
PersonalMost families have a dog and a cat, but in our small Texas town, we also had chickens and a menagerie of birds. My empathy for all creatures began with watching their interactions, learning their language, and admiring their beauty.
After the harsh lesson that these beings I named, cared for, and loved would now be killed by my family as part of my 4-H project, I succumbed to the idea that they were “put here for us to use.”
In my mid-20’s I adopted a dog I named Aeva. Her troubled past inspired me to think about and understand the dire situation of cats and dogs living or being killed in shelters.
One day someone said, “you’ve become an animal rights advocate.” Since childhood I identified as an “animal lover” but I was leaving so many out of the equation. I questioned whether I wanted anyone to die for my meals. I realized the answer had always been “no.”
When I watched “Vegucated” in 2013, I knew that veganism was the only option that aligned my actions and ethics. I see veganism as a social justice issue, as part of a bigger movement towards the liberation of all oppressed.
Favorite Vegan and Animal Awareness Books and Movies
- Peaceable Kingdom
- Charlotte’s Web
- Main Street Vegan
Favorite Vegan and Animal Awareness Nonprofits
- Chilis on Wheels
- Food Empowerment Project
- Black Vegfest
- Vegan Living Program
- Peace Advocacy Network