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Pet-Friendly Patches, Farms & Orchards

Fall is officially here, I know it has been for a while however I was in denial. I am ready to embrace sweater weather, pumpkin spice and all the leaves changing. Thanksgiving is approaching and a quick road trip out of the city of Toronto would be the best back drop to a mini fall photoshoot with your dog.   We've rounded up a list of pet friendly pumpkin patches, apple orchards and farms in and around the GTA.  Andrews  Scenic Acres { 9365 10 Side Rd, Milton, ON L9T 2X9 } Applewood Farm { 12416 McCowan Rd, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 4C5 } Brooks Farm {  122 Ashworth Rd, Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0 } Carl Laidlaw Orchards { 9496 Heritage Rd,...

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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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Importance of Pet First Aid

Accidents happen, and medical emergencies are an unfortunate part of having a pet. While some accidents result in only minor injuries, other emergencies can be life-threatening. Providing immediate care is critical. First aid training can help you understand what to look for and teach you how to provide proper care. These first aid skills can improve your pet’s chances of recovery and potentially save their life. Pet First Aid and CPR Pet first aid refers to the immediate care provided to your pet after an accident or medical event. The purpose of pet first aid is to reduce pain and further injury until your pet can receive the appropriate veterinary care. First aid can range from applying a temporary bandage...

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