It is that time of the summer when you can bring your dog to the swimming pool before they drain them out. Most pools will be closed for the season on Sunday, Sept. 1, and a few on Monday, Sept. 2nd. Toronto Parks and Recreation just released which pools allow for dog swimming in Toronto.
Be sure to check the time as well as the date for the pools listed. All dogs must be with a guardian 18 years of age or older and there is a limit of 2 dogs per person, according to the Facebook event. All people on deck must be at least 12 years old. Dog owners will also be asked to provide proof of the dog's vaccination before swimming.
Here's a list of all the public pools that you can bring your pup to for a swim this weekend!
Sunday, September 1 from 4 - 5 p.m.Blantyre Outdoor Pool Halbert Outdoor PoolSunday, September 1 from 4 - 6 p.m.Goulding Outdoor PoolSunday, September 1 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.Greenwood Outdoor Pool High Park Outdoor PoolKiwanis Outdoor Pool Ledbury Outdoor PoolMonarch Outdoor PoolRotary Outdoor PoolStanley Outdoor Pool
You can even bring your dog's favourite toy with you, and bring an extra one if you want to donate to Toronto Animal Services. The city's animal service is also providing a special offer for the adoption of dog and cats this weekend until Sept. 1, 2019. Dogs are $50 to adopt and cats are $25.
There might be media and photographers at Toronto's public pools this weekend, so be prepared to sign a media release form and pose for pictures with your pooch! A perfect end to the summer swimming season in Toronto.