Dream Come True K9 Opens New Facility on Attorney Street

Posted on: August 5th, 2014 at 6:00 am by
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The vintage Videoland ghost signage remains straddled across the marquee of 174 Attorney Street. But its new commercial tenant couldn’t be further from that. The newcomer is from the block, so to speak.

Local business Dream Come True K9 recently relocated here from the eastern terminus of Grand Street. For four years, founder Blake Rodriguez has been helping neighborhood dog owners. With the new facility on Attorney, Rodriguez can continue offering dog training, conditioning, rehabilitation, dog walking, and boarding services.

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From their website:

DCTK9 provides assistance to dog owners ranging from everyday struggles to severe dog behavioral challenges. Our overall goal is to create a genuine communication and understanding within the human dog relationship.

Meanwhile, the security gate has been decorated to match. Street artists Joseph Meloy and Fumero collaborated on an eye-grabbing mural depticting two dogs.

Beyond Martial Arts previously occupied 174 Attorney, and departed the sleepy retail store back in December 2013. They settled shortly thereafter inside the nearby Masaryk Towers.

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