Concerned about fly bites on your dog? Here are 6 different methods you can use to help keep flies away from your pup’s belly, ears, and more.
Which Airlines Allow Large Dogs in Cabin in Canada? While there are currently no commercial airlines or semi-private airlines that allow large dogs in the cabin in Canada (with the exception of service animals), there are plenty of private jet charter services that allow large dogs in cabin – assuming you’re willing to fork up a significant amount of money.
Thornhill’s Sugarbush Heritage Park dog park is a great weekend warrior option. Includes a dedicated small dog area, 2 KM on-leash forested trail, just off Hwy 7. Full review on SYDE Road.
Looking for a provincial park-like trail experience that’s off-leash trail and surprisingly accessible for Toronto city dwellers? Then check out Sherwood Park Dog Park, Toronto’s mini off-leash trail located just west of Sunnybrook Park, then you need to give this space a visit!
Ouch! Black fly bites on dogs? Red welts on your pup’s face? Learn which flies are the most likely to bite your dog in Ontario, how to treat them, and how to protect your dog from them all.
Are coyotes dangerous to dogs? Learn more about coyotes in Southern Ontario, get 6 tips on how to protect your dog from coyotes, 10 ways to prevent coyote attacks, and whether these wildlife animals are beneficial to our urban ecosystem.
There are over 30 unique yurts in Ontario that you can rent. In today’s post we’ll be covering Provincial Park yurts, National Park yurts, and of course private yurts. We’ll be going over basic yurt information, glamping yurts, winterized yurts, and even dog-friendly yurts too.
How hot is too hot for a dog? For any dog, 32° C / 89.6° F is considered too hot. At this temperature, your dog is prone to heat stroke, regardless of its breed or health. The best temperature to walk your dog is between 12° C – 15° C / 53.6° F – 59° F.
Today I’m so excited to share our review of Coronation Dog Park one of the few Toronto dog parks with waterfront and shoreline views!
If you’re looking for pet-friendly hotels in Ontario with a pool AND less than 1 KM from a boardwalk or beach – then SAVE THIS POST