The dog-friendly factor has taken the 1st place on the list of priorities when looking for a home. So what makes the neighbourhood dog-friendly?
Heather is a Certified Small Animal Massage Practitioner in Toronto who fully understands the benefits of canine rehabilitation and massage
Just like parents interviewing daycares and potential babysitters, finding the right fit for pet care that will suit your family needs can be exhausting and overwhelming.
A few years ago, a particularly fussy puppy inspired Cooper to try his hand at canine cuisine, and the end result is All Good Dog Food.
Don't let owning a dog discourage you from living in a dream home, it's totally doable!
Best off-leash dog parks in Toronto where your pup can run freely and make friends.
An increasing number of airports in the United States are now using dogs as part of therapy programs designed to alleviate the stress of agitated passengers.
Woofstock has become the largest outdoor festival for dogs and their owners. Over the weekend of June 8 & 9, Woofstock celebrated its 10th season.
The benefits of having a pet at home usually outweigh the drawbacks of pet allergies for many people.
Many families with children often adopt a four-legged buddy after moving into a big house. But how to truly consider all the pros and cons?
It's not just humans inhabiting Toronto: many home pets live alongside their guardians. For some, common pets are not interesting enough.
While your dog can be a boon to the security of your house and yard, a flap door can pose a security threat.
The Pedigree Adoption Drive in New Zealand came up with a unique project: a website where you can find the perfect dog for you.
Toronto Humane Society’s River St. shelter was finally reopened this Monday, thanks to the new board of direct
In the Spring Jen Palacios on our team had the opportunity to travel to Northern Quebec to assist with IFAW's Northern Dog Programs.