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From its thoroughly modern skyline highlighted by the iconic CN tower to its well-deserved place in professional sports history, Toronto has something to offer every visitor. After you’ve returned from an expansive, stomach-churning view through a glass floor 1,100 feet above street level and faced off with the great ones in the Hockey Hall of Fame, there is still plenty of Toronto left for you and your four-legged friend to explore. And with plenty of pet-friendly hotels in Toronto—like the International Plaza —you won’t be far from your next stop. Make sure that Sarah Jessica Barker has her pet passport up to date—the two of you are about to embark on an urban adventure north of the border.

What can I do in Toronto with my pet?

With many parks, open spaces, and waterfront promenades, there are so many places to see and smell that you may need a new pedometer to keep track of it all. Here are some of our favorites places to visit close to the many Toronto pet-friendly hotels:

  • Eldred King Woodlands: Let your pet run off-leash on nearly 10 miles of trails. There is even a dog pond if she needs to take a post-run dip.
  • The Haunted Walk of Toronto: If the two of you prefer a slower stroll as opposed to a vigorous hike, a lantern-light tour of ghosts, graveyards, and other ghoulish delights may be just the thing.
  • Purina PawsWay: Celebrate your pet, learn how to be a more responsible owner, and see the world through your furry friend’s eyes at this unique pet discovery center.
  • Toronto Islands: North America’s largest car-free urban zone offers eateries, miles of trails, and five beaches for you and your pooch to explore.

Are there any breweries in Toronto that are pet friendly?

Are Canadians polite? Do moose have antlers? Of course, there are breweries in Toronto! The city brews some of the finest ales, lagers, and porters in the world. Your discerning palette will appreciate a pint or two from any one of these craft beer tasting rooms.

  • Amsterdam Brewhouse: As Toronto’s oldest craft brewery, Amsterdam has been serving up local favorites on its outdoor patio since the mid-1980s. You and Sarah Jessica Barker can sit outside and people—or pet—watch while you enjoy a pint.
  • Bellwoods Brewery: This adventurous brew pub is a must-visit for anyone looking for a departure from ordinary barley and hops. With festive names like Jelly King, Roman Candle, and Grandma’s Boy, you might want to sample more than a few. Dogs are more than welcome here…they’re encouraged!
  • Junction Craft Brewing: Specializing in cask-conditioned ales with railroad inspired names like Stationmaster’s Stout, Night Train Dark Ale, and Tracklayer’s Kolsch, you won’t want to miss this stop on the Toronto beer line. Your pet can come along for the ride, too.

Let Travelocity help you book your vacation to Muddy York today. Not only will you find a wide selection of dog friendly hotels in Toronto like the Shangri-La, you’ll save enough for an extra stop on your beer tour. It’s probably best that you and your pup pocket that cash and put it toward your next adventure, though.

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