Woofstock Dogs Toronto

Photos of Woofstock 2011

This year's edition of Woofstock, North America's largest outdoor festival for dogs, was a howling success judging by the smiling and drooling faces of the participants. With a free sample bonanza and excellent weather, there were plenty of reasons for dog lovers to be happy. Canine fashions were well represented with looks ranging from casual to haute couture, while costumes ran the gamut from cooler than thou sunglasses to elaborate pink constructions and dye jobs. The Vancouver Canucks even made an appearance, perhaps explaining that biting incident from a few games ago. Check out the fashion statements below.

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Writing and photos by Scott Snider


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