West 57th Street

West 57th Street

Our Address

645 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
(212) 301-6880


Mon-Fri 7:00am-9:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm

About West 57

AKC Canine Retreat West 57 is located in the exclusive VIA 57 West building and is open to all dog owners. This 4,000 square feet location features a private dog training area and customizable play spaces to accommodate dogs of all sizes and temperaments. There are also cozy rest areas that ensure your dog is comfortable and stress-free. You can feel confident that your dog is receiving the best care possible in a safe and enriching environment.

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Services offered at West 57


24-Hour Care




Dog Jogging

West 57 Team
Gene King General Manager
Surasak “Ray” Suttiolan Groomer

Contact Us at West 57

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Gene King General Manager

“Owning a dog is a joy!”

Gene believes that non dog owners gain an experience of transcendence when they get their first puppy. He feels it is a pleasure to help people navigate having a dog in this great city.

Gene has been working in the pet industry since 2005. Formerly owning a pet related business in Hell’s Kitchen afforded him the opportunity to learn a great deal about grooming, health issues, and nutrition. Prior to his work in the pet industry Gene obtained an MA in Counseling and has been a social worker and therapist in New York and Washington D.C. He lives in the “neighborhood” with his partner and their wonderful dachshund.

Surasak “Ray” Suttiolan Groomer

“I think I was a dog in my past life.”

Ray started grooming dogs in 2013. He is skilled in grooming all breeds of dogs and does not have a favorite breed or grooming style. He does however love doggy “make-overs” – helping the messy dogs transform to being “clean, neat and shown more love because of it”. He owns a Scottish Terrier named “Kind” and greatly misses his other Scottie, “Samantha”, who recently went to the rainbow bridge.