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October 26, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Trick or Treat! Join The Bentway, PetSmart, and Bark ‘n Yapp to celebrate the spooky season with an exciting pup costume parade.
Howl’oween at The Bentway presented by PetSmart invites local dogs and their owners to participate in a site-wide costumed pup parade, complete with prizes, treats, local vendors, and even a licensed “yappy hour”.
Prizes will be awarded to spookiest small dog, medium dog, large dog, and “Miss Congeniality” (aka friendliest or happiest dog). Loot bags from local vendors and a vendor market will follow the parade. Our special panel of judges include: Gurdeep Ahluwalia, News Anchor, CP24 Breakfast, Bill Coulter, Meteorologist, CP24, Munira Ravji, Realtor and Owner, TOrealestategroup + Board Member, The Bentway, Jenessa Oldford, Manager, PetSmart PetHotels, and Daniel Fernandes, Host & Producer, TVO Kids “The Space”. The event will be hosted by Anthony Farnell, Chief Meteorologist, Global Toronto.
1:00pm: Registration and Meet-up
1:30pm-2:00pm: Costume Parade
2:00pm-2:30pm: Prize Ceremony
2:30pm-4:00pm: Yappy Hour (Marketplace, Games, Bar)
All participants must sign a waiver.
In Canada, PetSmart, Inc. is the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets. At PetSmart, we love pets, and we believe pets make us better people. Every day with every connection, PetSmart’s passionate associates help bring pet parents closer to their pets so they, together, can live more fulfilled lives. This vision impacts everything we do for our customers, the way we support our associates and how we give back to our communities.
About Bark ‘n Yapp
Bark ’n Yapp (@barknyapp), provides a platform for dog owners to connect with each other, invite others to join, and share their everyday local experiences in the form of reviews, ratings, and tips, while also allowing them to also engage directly with businesses. Dog businesses of all sizes can also access a range of free and paid digital marketing services that help them engage with dog owners. (www.barknyapp.com)