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Just a Girl who Loves Dogs

We offer daily Group walks to many of the off-leash parks throughout central Toronto.  A typical walk is for one hour.  The goal is to keep your dog active and social.  We take pride in the bonds we have estiblished with so many dogs throughout our 12 years of operation.

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Service Area and Toronto Parks

Cedarvale Park 

The Cedarvale Ravine can be accessed through Cedarvale Park at Ava and Everden Roads. This ravine is enjoyed by walkers, cyclists, joggers, bird watchers and in the wintertime cross country skiers. Cedarvale Ravine is part of the historic Belt Line Railway path – an old commuter railway right of way – that dates back to the 1880’s.  Of recent, city of Toronto park has recently added an enclosed off leash area for dogs.

Ramsden Park

It’s possible Ramsden Park is the biggest, little park in Toronto. It’s long–stretching from Avenue Road to Yonge Street–and, at 13.7 acres, one of the largest in downtown. But the way it meanders through its neighbourhood, and the way its interior is spliced up into different sections at different levels for things like skating, dogs, and tennis, makes the park feel smaller and more intimate than its size on a map would suggest.

Stanley Park

This smaller park at Niagara St in the Liberty Village area has an enclosed dog running area. Here you will find a sandy surface where your dog can socialize with other dogs. This park is mostly frequented by people from Liberty Village and the King West neighborhood. It is a good place to take smaller dogs as it does not get as wild as the larger off leash parks. If you live in the area it is a good place to meet your neighbors and bond over your furry family member.

Coronation Park

Coronation Park can be found just east of Ontario Place along the Martin Goodman Trail. A Royal Oak commemorating the Coronation of King George VI is planted in the southwest corner of the park. This oak is surrounded by a ring of maples, and other trees throughout the park.   Coronation Park has three softball diamonds and a dog off-leash area. It is a beautiful spot to sit along the shoreline of Lake Ontario and enjoy a picnic on a warm summer day.

Bickford Park

A 2.8-hectare park near Grace Avenue south of Bloor Street West featuring two ball diamonds. The fenced Dogs off-leash area allows for commerical dog walkers. 

High Park

The off-leash area inside High Park is located between Grenadier Restaurant and the High Park zoo.  The park is not fully fenced so make sure that your dog won’t run away as soon as you take off the leash from his/her collar. There is running water inside the park so you don’t need to bring water with you from home, however, do bring plastic bags to pick up after your pet. Near the park entrance there are a few large benches and tables where dogs and owners can socialize.