You don't have to love dogs to LOVE the new upgrade to Toronto's Berczy Park fountain. The new, playful fountain design is sure to be a major attraction in the St.Lawrence district of the city. Wedged beside the iconic Gooderham building between Wellington and Front Street, this triangular park is now more pet-friendly than ever, with a two-tiered fountain featuring 28-adorable ceramic pets. The pets are positioned so that they appear to be adorably drinking from the new fountain.

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The city made best of this slice of green space, that was once a parking lot back in 1980. Veteran Montreal landscape architect Claude Cormier - best known for his design of Sugar Beach - helped transform the space to its adorable, whimsical glory. 

The fountain is meant to bring joy and playfulness to the park with 27 pups and 1 petite feline, making it a new city attraction all pet-lovers can enjoy. These pics serve as great proof to pets living their best lives this summer 17!! 

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Berczy Park's newest nightmare. #narcissus

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