Toronto’s Most Pet-Friendly Neighborhoods Ranked

Riverdale crowned first place

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Do you live in a good doggon neighborhood? A pet paradise, if you will?

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A Canadian rental community and listing site, liv.rent, has ranked the most pet-friendly neighborhoods in Toronto.

Rankings are based on factors such as proximity to parks, off-leash dog areas, and pet stores.

The website noted that Toronto has recently been class as one of the 10 most dog-friendly cities in the world.

“It’s not hard to see why — the city is home to over 230,000 dogs, has more than 114 pet stores and 65 off-leash dog areas, and offers easy access to plenty of trails and parks,” the website notes. . .

First up was Riverdale, which “has an idyllic setting amid quiet tree-lined streets, gorgeous brick homes, and a tight-knit community. Most notable for dog owners is Riverdale Park, a neighborhood feature that spans 104 acres between Cabbagetown to the west and Broadview Ave. to the east.

Liberty Village was next, with the website noting that the area, “is quickly gaining a reputation as a haven for pet lovers across the city. In fact, some sources claim that up to 50% of Liberty residents Village own any kind of pet, with some estimates being even more generous.”

Leslieville finished in third place, with particular focus on Cherry Beach and the many pet stores in the area.

High Park finished fourth, followed by Roncesvalles.

Completing the first eight:

6. Trinity-Bellwoods

7. Harbor front

8. Beaches

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