Ok, so we Have the little wee 3 year old Yorkie Scotch and the 7 year old lab mix Murray, both are said to have anxiety issues. Despite differences in size, they run in an almost meditative perfect unison, all over Montreal. Scotch comes home so excited about is day his Mum says he cries […]
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Lucy was found in the streets, just a few months ago with an unknown past, looking for a home. Lucky Lucy now finds herself the younger sister of 11 year old dog Roxy (who loves and tolerates her, even though Lucy plays a bit too much with her) and an incredibly loving family with babies […]
Shea is one of our newest recruits. Her parents called us because she’s having a tough time transitioning to city life. Shea has spent almost her entire life morning till night, free to run and play on a very large property out in the country. Shea gets extraordinarily nervous around just about anything because everything […]
London (male left) and Rose (female on right) are beautiful, beautiful, sweet weimaraners that love to run! London, who’s older, tries his best to please Rose and keep up. Rose wants to be the boss of everyone. They are running with us Five days a week and thankfully it’s at 8am, when we are at […]
Sir Rindy heard that he was going to start running with us next week and apparently he’s really excited (see article). He was found at the Metro parking lot. His Mom says he was probably going for the bbq chicken.
A big warm welcome goes out to our most recent first time puppy runners! Aspen from NDG (middle centre and middle right), London and Rose from Downtown, (not pictured), Babi from Westmount (middle left), Ollie from Westmount (top right). We’re going to have a lot of fun this summer! (also featured: Hunter from Saint Laurent […]
Teddy might be the coolest dog that we work with. He is super quiet and shy and he also has a heart murmur. Teddy can get uncomfortable with loud noises and kids, but he has the sweetest most gentle nature with other dogs and also with people – once he gets to know them. We’ve […]