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Dog-Friendly Hotels in Toronto: Where to Stay with Your Furry Friend

Toronto, a vibrant and diverse city, offers a variety of attractions for both residents and tourists alike. For pet parents, exploring this city can be an exciting yet challenging experience when it comes to accommodation. Fortunately, there are several pet-friendly hotels in Toronto that cater to both you and your furry companions, ensuring a memorable stay for all! Here are three of the best pet-friendly hotels for your next stay in Toronto. 1.   A Pooch Paradise: Ace Hotel Toronto Ace Hotel is committed to ensuring all guests, including pets, feel right at home. Located in the heart of the Fashion District, Ace Hotel offers a pet-friendly environment where your four-legged friends are warmly welcomed, as well as excellent amenities for...

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Santa Paws 2023

 The holidays are approaching, goodbye pumpkins hello eggnog!Below is our list of pet Santa photos this year. Santa has arrived in malls across the city of and many will be hosting pet specific hours for your pet holiday photos. 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. *Please note we are not responsible for booking etc. Please contact each location individually for most up to date details, pricing and reservations* Burlington Centre{When} November 13, 20, 27 & December 4, 11{Address} 777 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7R 3N2{Time} 3:00pm - 7:00pmMore info & booking  Dufferin Mall{When}November 26 ,December 3 & 10{Address} 900...

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Tips For Senior & Aging Dogs

This blog post is sponsored by Bitu’s Pet Cremation Services   Depending on a dog's breed and size, among other things, the precise age at which it is called "senior" may vary. However, bigger breeds may mature more quickly and be regarded as seniors as young as 5 to 6 years old, others around 7 years old are considered seniors. Keep in mind that every senior dog is different and may have different care needs. Your dog's well-being and joy may be ensured by maintaining regular contact with your veterinarian and being aware of their needs. The following are a few tips to help care for your senior dog. A healthy/well-balanced diet: Age-related problems in the form of physical and...

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