Posted on 25. Aug, 2016 by canineculture.
A study shows being a pet parent can improve Canadians’ lifestyle habits. The reason 1 in 2 Canadians get a dog is for companionship (50.8 per cent) but it turns out the ‘companion’ comes with more benefits than simply company.1 Nutram Pet Products <http://www.nutram.com/> , a holistic pet wellness company, today announced its findings from a [...]
Hello Friends! Chillin’ time with Netflix Yay! We’re on a road trip to New York for me to star in a film! Here I am on set with American actress Bebe Neuwirth in Sam Hoffman’s directorial debut ‘ Humor Me.’ A father & son comedy starring Jemaine Clement, Elliot Gould and Ingrid Michaelson, Anne Potts. [...]
Posted on 26. May, 2016 by canineculture.
North America’s most unique dog-centric festival – WOOFSTOCK – invites both ends of the leash to play, participate, learn, shop and sniff. WOOFSTOCK CEOs Teanna Lindsay and Michael DiSchiavo are proud to present this year’s programs – including sporting and education activities that are inclusive to all dogs and their families. “It’s an opportunity for [...]
Posted on 18. May, 2016 by canineculture.
Nashville-based celebrity canine Internet star Doug the Pug – who has amassed more followers on Facebook, Instagram and twitter than Hollywood celebrity A-listers Brad Pit and George Clooney – will be making his Canadian debut at Woofstock. This adorable dog has more than five million fans on all social media platforms, and his fan-base keeps climbing. [...]
Posted on 17. May, 2016 by canineculture.
Toronto – A rootin’ tootin’ time was had by country-western style attired canines and their owners at Woofstock’s Hound Dog Hoedown High Tea kick-off and costume competition – held at Berkeley Church on Queen Street this past Sunday. On May 28 & 29, 2016 at Woodbine Park, Woofstock: A Festival for Dogs will be the [...]
Q & A with co-founder George Bramble of Beco Pets – Britain’s greenest, and largest manufacturer of eco-friendly products.
Posted on 16. May, 2016 by canineculture.
The greening of the pet industry has taken place parallel with the environmental sustainability movement in general – with an eye toward reclaiming, recycling and profiting from what previously was categorized as trash, trillions of pounds of which has gone unchecked in industrial society in the last 100 years. And one UK-based pet company walks [...]
No country has as many stray dogs as India. Free-roaming dogs number in the tens of millions. Strays hang out in parks, alleyways and street corners. Canine Culture® asked award-winning Toronto journalist Jim Slotek to take photos of strays while he was on assignment in India last year. Most of the dogs consists of mongrels [...]
Posted on 18. Apr, 2016 by canineculture.
Chienne de vie – A Dog’s Life Documentarian Hélène Choquette shares her thoughts with CanineCulture® on the subject of homelessness, and on her latest documentary A Dog’s Life with a Toronto Premiere at Hot Docs International Film Festival – April 28 – May 8, 2016 Shot in Toronto and Montreal, Choquette tracked six homeless people whose [...]
I’ve had a busy three weeks… Plenty of adventures abound! I was a celebrity guest at Canadian Pet Expo with my very own booth. I was invited to stay at The Grand Hotel and Suites in Toronto, it was a beautiful hotel! Photo-shoot with the clothes company Urban Sassy. Relaxing in my bath robe Staycation [...]
By Bianca Kapteyn Global Pet Expo recently held in Orlando Florida last month. Presented by the American Pet Association Industry (APPA) and Pet Industry Distributors Association (PIDA) – it’s a 3-day annual pet industry show with nearly 6.3 miles of display aisles of every conceivable, edible, consumable product for all creatures from the land, sea [...]