Haute Dog Returns – Strike A Pose And Put Your Best Paw On The Red Carpet

Haute Dog 247_1347221603HAUTE DOG RETURNS TO QUEEN’S QUAY TERMINAL AUGUST 20 AND 21

Enjoy daily dog activities and have your dog strike a pose on the red carpet for two days of FREE outdoor fun and activities for dogs, owners and animal lovers of all ages at Haute Dog presented by Queen’s Quay Terminal on Saturday, August 20 and Sunday, August 21 from 11am-4pm outside Queen’s Quay Terminal (207 Queens Quay W) rain or shine. Visit www.facebook.com/QueensQuayTerminal or call 416-203-3269 for more information.

“We are expecting the pawparazzi to descend upon Queen’s Quay Terminal for the return of Haute Dog,” states Ana Carreira, Senior Property Manager, Queen’s Quay Terminal.  “We encourage dog owners to dress up their best friend and drop by the photo booth to have their dog’s picture taken and then Spin the Wheel for a chance to win great prizes!”

Enjoy treats, prizes and more all weekend long, from advice for pet owners to strutting on the red carpet, there will be something for every dog and their parent.

ENJOY ACTIVITIES FOR YOU AND YOUR BEST FRIEND UNDER THE BIG TENT!

YOUR DOG CAN WALK THE HAUTE DOG RED CARPET

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 | 11AM – 4PM

100_5210 cropSign up your dog at the Haute Dog kiosk strut down the Haute Dog Red Carpet where the ‘pawparazzi’ will be waiting to snap the perfect shot of your best friend.

All photos are instantly emailed for sharing and printing and will be posted on a public gallery on the Queen’s Quay Terminal Facebook page www.facebook.com/QueensQuayTerminal.

All photos are eligible to enter a draw for prizes.

MEET LIONS FOUNDATION OF CANADA DOG TRAINERS AND DOG GUIDES

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 | 11AM – 4PM

Meet the Trainers and Dog Guides from the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides at Haute Dog and show your support.  Discover how this national charity assists Canadians with a medical or physical disability by providing them Dog Guides at no cost.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Since 1983, Lions Foundation of Canada has provided specially trained Dog Guides to more than 1,900 men, women and children from coast to coast.
  • Each Dog Guide costs approximately $20,000 to raise and train yet they are provided at no cost to qualified applicants.
  • Each program trains Dog Guides to meet the different needs of people with various disabilities.
  • Breeds commonly used are Labrador Retrievers and Standard Poodles (for people who are

allergic to dogs), Golden Retrievers, and some smaller breeds.

  • The training for a Dog Guide is an intensive four to six month period, training one-on-one with a

qualified trainer.

  • Once fully trained, the dog is matched with a client who spends two to four weeks at the Oakville training facility, learning how to handle, trust and bond with their new Dog Guide.

“ASK A VET”  WITH DR. SLAV DEBSKI, D.V.M. – HARBOURFRONT ANIMAL HOSPITAL 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 | 2PM – 4PM

HauteDogLogoOnBowlThe doctor is in! Come prepared to ask Dr. Slav Debski, D.V.M. from Harbourfront Animal Hospital all your questions about your best friend’s health and wellness.

YOU AND YOUR PUP CAN DANCE TO THE BEATS OF DJ TROY TOBEY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 | 11AM – 4PM

 

Bust a move with your best friend while Toronto DJ Troy Tobey pumps up the beats on the Haute Dog dance floor! Show of your pup’s moves and get into the doggy groove!

Toronto’s very own Troy Tobey was always intrigued by the music scene from break dancing to DJing. Now Troy’s goal was to become the next Jam Master Jay or Jazzy Jeff. Troy loves his scratching, beat matching and just Music in general. After DJing in his room for a good couple year’s and attending local all ages events Troy decided it was his turn to take the decks and show everyone his art.

GRAB A BITE TO EAT AT THE ‘HAUTE DOG’ BBQ

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 | 12PM – 4PM

You’ll be begging for seconds at the Haute Dog BBQ. Buy a hot dog or hamburger with a drink for $2 and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides.

About Queen’s Quay Terminal

Situated in the heart of Toronto’s Harbourfront district, Queen’s Quay Terminal is a historical building and is a favourite destination for both local Torontonians and tourists alike, offering visitors an opportunity for shopping and dining along the waterfront.

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