Most public transit systems in Toronto and the GTA allow companion dogs – with some restrictions. Depending on the region and the service, you face some combination of: boarding time restrictions, pet carrier/crate requirements, leash requirements, and muzzle requirements. Learn which requirements are needed for each public transit system in Toronto and the GTA on SYDE Road
Haute Goat offers a luxurious and unique farm stay experience for very reasonable mid-range prices. Let’s take a look at what Haute Goat Alpaca Sleepover is like.
A review and overall impressions of this huge Oshawa dog park – Harmony Valley Off-leash Dog Park. Filled with lush hardwood foliage, ample watering holes, and challenging but short off-leash trails.
There’s something so fulfilling and relaxing about steadily putting one foot in front of the other when going on a hike. This review of the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park will hopefully inspire you to go outside, take a micro-adventure to your local trail and enjoy the great outdoors.
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park is a compact provincial park that offers rolling meadow trails, a waterfall and escarpment views. With its up and down terrain, this trail can add some new and fun terrain challenges for you and your dog not normally found on your daily walk.
Read on to learn more about Forks of the Credit, how to book your visit, things to do, as well as 3 of my recommended trail paths for a dog-friendly day at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park.
If Mars decided to transport a tiny piece of itself to Ontario, it’d look like the Cheltenham Badlands. Situated in Caledon, Ontario, the badlands are a unique site to behold in Ontario.