Doggy Hill
Always a popular spot for dogs and their owners is Doggy Hill in High Park.
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Responsible dog ownership report says Toronto needs more public education

Mike Adler

There are around 230,000 dogs in Toronto – more dogs than there are people in Richmond Hill – and...

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News | Nov 18, 2015
Toronto Wildlife Centre

Make a donation to Toronto Wildlife Centre and they will send a wildlife card in thanks

The Toronto Wildlife Centre has a couple of ways people can help the city’s urban creatures. Just in time for Christmas,...

North York Mirror
News | Nov 17, 2015

Santa will pose with pets at Timmie Doggie Outfitters in Leslieville

Timmie Doggie Outfitters is hosting an evening of pet photos with Santa Claus in Leslieville on Thursday, Nov. 19. The...

Beach Mirror
News | Nov 05, 2015

CRITTER CHATTER: Joy, a domestic short-haired cat, and Little Man, a long-hair chihuahua are looking for new homes

Welcome to November’s adoptables. You’ll meet Joy, a senior feline who has been waiting at the shelter for someone to...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
News | Nov 05, 2015

Upper Beach Animal Clinic offers free service for members of the military

VETS Toronto’s third annual Vets for Vets Pets event, which offers free canine/feline spay/neuter and a free microchip for...

Beach Mirror
News | Oct 29, 2015
Coyote poster

Residents suspect missing, killed cats could be prey of injured coyote

Cynthia McDonagh and her husband winter in Phoenix, AZ so they’re all-too-familiar with coyotes roaming neighbourhoods from...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Tamara Shephard
News | Oct 21, 2015

Learn about therapy dogs with Beaches Wellness Group

The Beaches Mental Wellness Group will host a presentation about therapy and service dogs on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The talk...

Beach Mirror
Oct 21, 2015

Toronto Zoo admits to baby-switching to fool new mum Er Shun into feeding both newborn giant panda twins

Er Shun may not have caught on, but the Toronto Zoo has been switching baby pandas on her for more than a week now. The...

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Sep 23, 2015

Canine cancer fundraiser Saturday at Kew Beach

The fourth annual Smiling Blue Skies Walk to End Canine Cancer will be held at Kew Beach Saturday, Sept. 26. Registration...

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Sep 23, 2015

Pups and people can head to Woofstock in Woodbine Park this weekend

Woofstock, North America’s largest dog festival, is coming to Woodbine Park this weekend. The free outdoor dog festival...

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Sep 21, 2015

Views on dogs that bite or pose threat sought from Scaborough residents

The City of Toronto wants Scarborough residents’ opinions on dogs that bite or could pose a threat to public safety. The...

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Sep 04, 2015

Taste of The Kingsway returns to south Etobicoke

The Taste of The Kingsway is back. It’s a nearly two-decade tradition on the second weekend of September. This year’s...

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Aug 28, 2015

Paws for Celebration fundraising event raises money for VETS Animal Charity

Upper Beach-based VETS Animal Charity, which aims to help animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care by...

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Aug 20, 2015

PAWS in the Park raises money for Toronto Humane Society

PAWS in the Park, the Toronto Humane Society’s largest annual fundraiser, is set to take place Sunday, Aug. 23 in the Beach....

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Aug 19, 2015

Owner of dog rescued from Scarborough Bluffs gets pet back

The owner of a dog rescued Sunday on the Scarborough Bluffs got his Doberman back, but not before paying a hefty bill....

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Jul 31, 2015

Toronto lowers adoption fees during ‘cat days of summer’

The City of Toronto is holding an adoption blitz to help residents find furry feline friends. Until Aug. 31, it is...

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Jul 21, 2015

Join Paws’ July hike in Marie Curtis Park

Join July’s hike for animal rescue. Meet Sunday, July 26 at 11 a.m. at Marie Curtis Park East beach parking lot off...

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