Harbouring a stuffy nose preventing me from doing a true review I decided to do a short write up on Woofstock, Toronto’s annual 2 day festival for dogs and their pets, I mean owners. For those who do no know Mrs.CWG and I are no longer with our boyz, both having passed on to puppy heaven, with that said I felt a twinge of pain going out the past two days because my neighbourhood was FILLED with pups. When I say pups I mean more canines then the eyes could count. Small ones, tall ones, fat ones, skinny ones, young ones and of course old ones. If you loved dogs this was the place to be for 2 days.
The event is well organized and it shut down Front Street East from Jarvis west to Scott (which is one block east of Yonge). As well it occupied Wellington to Scott and Church from Esplinade making it several blocks of dog dog and more dog. The numerous vendors were selling everything from food to doggy portraits, included in the stalls were the very important dog rescue agencies (for example: Boxer Rescue Canada). Basically if you needed something for you canine friend (a Cedar doghouse/loft per chance?) you could have found a vendor.
I took a bunch of pictures, but here are a few to post, each for it’s own uniqueness. Enjoy!
Note: My plan is to be attending the Sip Ontario @ Fermenting Cellar on Tuesday (see the events posting from a few days ago), if you are planning on attending drop me an email.