Woofstock in Review

June 15, 2011

The 2011 Woofstock has come and gone in a veritable whirlwind of fur and slobber. We were super excited to see so many of you guys – some for the first time, some once again. No recap would be complete without a few pictures, so, without further ado, here are some of my favorite photos … Continue reading

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Woofstock / tinybat / ARK

June 9, 2011

Firstly, Woofstock is happening this weekend (June 11th and 12th).  If you didn’t know already, it’s North America’s largest festival/show/gathering of all things dog.  Fox Rain will be there, booth 512, right on Church Street.  Come by, say hi to us, and give Coco some behind-the-ear scratches. BUT, in even bigger news, Fox Rain is … Continue reading

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Image Interview

April 16, 2011

I had the absolute pleasure of being interviewed by Joel Yum for his website The Image Interview. For those who’ve never heard of this project before, he documents Toronto-area creatives and the spaces they live and work in.  It’s an intensely interesting project and definitely piques at the curiosity we all have at how other … Continue reading

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A View of New York Through the Eyes of Dogs

March 8, 2011

Loving this idea for an art project. Especially because it’s going towards an animal shelter. Spread the word, there are so many dogs out there that need a loving home and so many people who work to making sure as many dogs as possible find one. Posted from Creativity: To help New York animal shelter … Continue reading

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Pet Washing Machine

March 3, 2011

Today, in the “What the what??” category, here’s a pet washing machine. Not entirely sure what one would need it for nor why bathing your pet would need to be so frequent as to merit a machine for it. But here you go:

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Man’s Best Friend Was Originally a Fox?

February 16, 2011

A University of Toronto anthropologist discovered remains of a red fox beside humans in a 16,500 year old excavation of a cemetery. Not to be mistaken as coincidence, at least two graves were found with foxes buried with humans. According to the article, when one of the graves had been previously opened and the human … Continue reading

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