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Woofstock® 2010
North America's biggest, shaggiest dog festival returns
The Historic St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood, June 12 & 13

Prim your pooches and clean up your canines, because Woofstock, the largest festival for dogs in North America, is returning to Toronto's historic St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood for one massive, fun-filled weekend block party June 12 and 13. And best of all, it's absolutely FREE!

You and your four-footed friend can mingle and party with over 300,000 fellow doggie lovers! Shop for the latest canine couture and pooch paraphernalia from over 200 companies at Woofstock. And check out – or take part in – tail-waggingly fun events, including:

The Woofstock Fashion Show: Showcasing what every furry fashionista needs to be dressed to the canines as top dog models pose on the "dogwalk."

Mr. & Mrs. Canine Canada Pageant: Allowing loveable mutts to show off their inner beauty.

Stupid Dog Trick Contest: Talent trounces beauty as potential canine idols vie for top place.

Best Costume Contest: Offering imaginative dogs the chance to indulge their most flamboyant fantasies.

New this year, posh pooches will be able to take a break from the summer heat in the private oasis of the VIP (Very Important Pooches) Lounge, where cool canines and their power-shopping owners will be ushered in by a doorman to "paws" for a while and relax on comfortable lounge sofas - and of course specially designated VIP cushions. Anyone can gain access by joining the Woofstock VIP Club at http://www.woofstock.ca. It's free to join, and full of perks, including the opportunity to win a trip for you and your dog to New York City! Join now!

WOOFSTOCK® 2010 - A Festival for Dogs - Saturday, June 12 and Sunday and June 13
10am to 6pm
throughout The Historic St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood (Front. and Church Streets)

For a full schedule of all events please visit http://www.woofstock.ca/

Woofstock Info Line: 416.234.WOOF (416.234.9663)

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Added by dwcommunications1 on May 31, 2010

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