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Top Tips For Moving With Pets

  Many condo buildings in Toronto have rules, regulations, and restrictions. I have heard stories of people purchasing condos and having to sell before even moving in because they later were told the condo policies and their dog was not welcome in their newly purchased condo.  Chino is not a small dog and despite being well behaved and non-destructive many landlords do not care to hear about your pet, all they see is a red flag. Having good credit, a good job history and great references is all overlooked by some landlords the moment you check out the pet section on an application. I came to find out that some of the policies were breed, weight and even height specific. ...

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A perfect spa day with Hapu

*this is a sponsored post* I am so excited to share Hapu bathrobes with you! Finding anything in Chino’s size is nearly impossible but the large fit him perfectly. This robe is not only stylish and adorable but helps dry your dog after bath time too. With the cold days I’ve had to plan around when I am going to bathe Chino so that we aren’t going on a cold walk afterwards. Having a little bath robe to put on him makes it super easy as he stays warm and dries off too.The robe is embroidered on the back for a luxury feel. Full disclosure I was calling him Mr. Hugh Hefner because it was just awesome to watch him lounge around the house...

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5 Pet Holiday Hazards

Christmas is fast approaching. With the holidays comes all the decor, food and new items in your home. It's important to be mindful of all the items that are in reach of your pets. Here are the most common hazards during the holidays. 1. TinselThis can be easily ingested and cause a choking hazard to pets.   2.PoinsettiasSuper popular during the holidays this plant is poisonous to both carts and dogs. If ingested can cause vomiting and many other digestive issues. 3. Mistletoe Kissing underneath it is so festive, however if ingested (especially the berries) this can cause a toxic reaction in your pets. Signs include drooling and diarrhea.  4.ChocolateChristmas goodies always include chocolate. Be sure that any gifts that...

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SANTA PAWS IS COMING

The holidays are approaching, goodbye pumpkins hello eggnog!Below is our list of pet Santa photos this year in Toronto. Santa has arrived in malls across the city and many will be hosting pet specific hours for your pet holiday photos.  Below are listings for pet Santa photos in Ontario. This will be a growing list so be sure to check back for new listings. Did we miss one? Email us or DM us so that we can add it in.

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Back to work? Keep an eye on your dog while away

Many offices have re-opened in the Toronto and many pet parents are heading back into the office. It can be hard leaving your pet at home alone without being able to keep a watchful eye. I've rounded up a variety of different cameras to keep an eye on your pup while back at work.        Amazon Blink Indoor ($99.99) -This camera is wireless which is perfect to be able to move it around when needed.  -Battery last 2 years -Motion alerts can be set up -You can speak to your dog as well as listen in on their day too Furbo Dog Cam ($249)  -Easy set up -Has a bark alert, when your dog barks you will be...

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