Toronto wants future condo towers to be more pet-friendly

There are between four and eight pets on every Toronto highrise floor, city planners believe, and now they’re looking for new ways to handle that.  The city is turning to consultants to come up with a set of design guidelines to make high-density areas better for pets, and will also be looking for advice from the public.    Read the article………………


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