How to keep downtown Toronto from going to the dogs – and their poop

There’s never been a census taken of dogs in Toronto. But an informal study based on dogs registered at a pet store near CityPlace suggests an average of at least seven dogs per floor at that condo complex.  That could mean as many as 280 dogs in the average 40-storey condo tower in Toronto.  That’s a lot of poop.     Read the article……………


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