We met a Globe and Mail photographer at the beach and he took some pics of us braving the Toronto deep freeze.
As we enter 2018, The Year of the Dog, let’s make our time together the best it can be.
Happy New Year!
Join us Saturday, November 18, 2017 to celebrate Malak Tabbara. His art will be offered at silent auction in support of canine cancer research. 1:00 pm @ The Duke Live in Leslieville, Toronto.
Summer in Toronto is ripe with festivals, here’s a reminder to leave the pooch at home.
A woman and two dogs were attacked by two dobermans in the Cherry Beach dog park. The owner of the offending dogs gave false info and left. Here’s their description and a few tips on what to do if it happens to you.
Thinking of changing your pet’s diet? Not sure which option to take? Here’s an insight into what motivated these advocates to make the choices they did.
Poop Art, an instillation of poops picked up then left behind.
Here’s hoping 2017 will be a better year, starting with our best friends.
Need a host gift? Want to include the resident pooch? Here’s a small sampling of what you can find in Leslieville, Santa’s favorite destination.
Eighth in the Cherry Beach Memorial Bench Series.
Epitomizing the friendships of Cherry Beach. Brownie and Bro, loved and remembered by long time friends Jim and Ingrid.