Category: Dog Walking

5 Hidden Gems to walk your dog around Toronto

5 HIDDEN GEMS TO WALK YOUR DOG AROUND TORONTO

As these uncertain times of the covid pandemic continue well into the year, we look for more ways to entertain ourselves while social distancing. As pet parents, we also need to look for ways to engage our pets without going to the dog park… Continue Reading “5 Hidden Gems to walk your dog around Toronto”

5 Things To Do With Your Dog During COVID-19

5 THINGS TO DO WITH YOUR DOG DURING COVID-19

This year has brought about many different changes in the way we care and exercise our pets. Our pets went from going out regularly, socializing and interacting with everyone to going out once in a while and significantly limiting their social interactions. This must… Continue Reading “5 Things To Do With Your Dog During COVID-19”

Top 5 Places to Take your Dog Swimming in Toronto

TOP 5 PLACES TO TAKE YOUR DOG SWIMMING IN TORONTO

There are only a couple of weeks left of summer, but with all the heat waves this year, Summer doesn’t look like it’s coming to an end anytime soon. Even though we enjoy the hot weather, we also enjoy finding ways to cool down… Continue Reading “Top 5 Places to Take your Dog Swimming in Toronto”

Why you should still use a dog walker, even though you are working from home.

Why you should still use a dog walker, even though you are working from home.

2020 has been a really confusing, stressful and scary year so far.  Many people are working from home, and will be for the foreseeable future.  You can walk them whenever you, or they, want.   You can spend all day with your beloved pup.   … Continue Reading “Why you should still use a dog walker, even though you are working from home.”

How to Make a Snuffle Mat for Your Dog

For Toy Tuesday, we are sharing a video on how to make a snuffle mat from an old towel.  What’s a snuffle mat, you ask?  Think of it as a shaggy carpety mat type thing that you hide some small treats in and then… Continue Reading “How to Make a Snuffle Mat for Your Dog”