Toronto Is Hosting A Free "Doggie Festival" In Liberty Village - Narcity

Toronto Is Hosting A Free "Doggie Festival" In Liberty Village

A one day destination for dogs & their pet parents to indulge in food, fashion & health tips.

Toronto Art Crawl launches an event sponsored by Royal Canin in Toronto and all the bitches love it! The event caters to the “pampered pooches” of T.O. and is free to the public and their furry sidekicks. The event will be taking place in Liberty Village on Saturday, May 2nd, from 11am – 6pm. So be there -- or stay at home with your cat and cry about it.

Put your paws up and bring your urban dogs to the big leagues on leashes. There will be vet consults if your pup happens to need a quick checkup, pet photography for the dogs born to vogue and even health tips. Don’t worry – there will also be people food!


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An Alljackedup booth will be selling bow ties for you and your dog, so that you can have a date to that summer wedding this year. The puppy party will also have loot bags that will be filled with gifts from all of the vendors attending.

Dog owners who post their lovable pups on Twitter, while using the @torontoartcrawl #PoochesTO2015 tag, will also be entered to win a $1400 doggie retreat by Soulmutts Toronto LTD. So if your dog deserves a weekend off from their busy life -- get your fingers tweeting on event day! After-all -- your dog's the boss.


Photo cred - @kentayoung

Toronto Art Crawl was established in 2013, and brings together artists and artisans to exhibit their work in Liberty Village, City Place and The Entertainment District. They have now taken their events to the next level by hosting a barking ball in the furriest neighbourhood around.

So gear up with your pup and enjoy the free doggie festival on Saturday, May 2nd in Toronto. Your pooch will be loyal for life and it's time you start thanking them for their dedication and take them out on the town. There will be a whole lot of paws turning up for the fun and your dog will be pulling his or her leash to go and they always get their way!


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