Pets are a growing part of condo life

I’ve seen an explosion of four-legged friends in the building over the past year. It’s not just my condo; city planners estimate there are four to eight pets per floor in Toronto. It has come to the point that they’re looking into design guidelines to ensure highrises can adequately accommodate us all.  Getting a pet seems to be a next step toward adulthood these days. Especially as many of us millennials delay parenthood — or decide against having children altogether. You meet someone, you get serious and then you get a Pomeranian together.    Read the article……………


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