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Purina Pawsway - CLOSED

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Purina Pawsway - CLOSED

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245 Queens Quay W, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2K9 Canada
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UnionToronto Rapid Transit10 min
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KateInCali wrote a review Jun 2018
Los Angeles, California47 contributions12 helpful votes
I saw it mentioned that this place was going to close and wrote to Purina. Here is their response: We appreciate your interest in our PawsWay Event Centre. We regret to inform you this event center closed on September 5, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Pam P wrote a review Aug 2017
Montreal, Canada54 contributions19 helpful votes
This spot was just a spontaneous stop for us as we wandered the harbourfront. It's all about cats and dogs...if you have a dog, you can take your pet in with you...the cafe is pet friendly. There is an agility course for dogs that your dog can try. A cat area provides play apparatus for shelter cats who are brought in to help them get adopted. The wall of fame has photos and stories of the feats of heroic dogs and cats (and one horse) . Of course, there is a gift shop. Above all, there are nice clean public washrooms (mens: firehydrant, ladies: litterbox).
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Date of experience: August 2017
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paixful wrote a review Jun 2017
Lethbridge, Canada423 contributions181 helpful votes
I ended a run at this spot and was intrigued by the statues outside. Decided to take a peak inside and found the most wonderful place! A museum about dogs and cats, activities to do for kids, a pet supplies store and agility centre, and a restaurant/cafe..... the food was excellent and very affordably priced, the staff were so friendly! Definitely worth a stop if you are in the area and need a bite or love your dog/cat
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Date of experience: June 2017
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baroom wrote a review Apr 2017
Mississauga, Canada1,704 contributions316 helpful votes
This is essentially a pet centre but humans are welcome too. Located beside the fancy Simcoe Wavedeck, Purina Pawsway is the brick building with the huge dog and cat statues out front. Admission is free. Once inside, there is a pet-friendly restaurant (Williams Fresh Cafe) immediately to the left next to a pet supply store (PawShop) while directly in front of the entrance is a pet care exhibit. This was not what I wanted us to see although we did take the time to read a bit. I happened to look past the store and noticed another exhibit at the far end of the hall. We walked further inside and, voila, what we came here for, the Purina Animal Hall of Fame, an exhibit on extraordinary canine and feline pets who made a difference in their humans’ lives. Each short write up was accompanied by a pic of the hero pet. There is a roomy space at the back intended for pet training classes, unfortunately empty during our brief stop. Purina PawsWay is an ok place to visit for pet lovers who happen to be sightseeing in the area. There are separate male and female 3-stall washrooms on the right side, past the pet care exhibit.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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bickybtrains wrote a review Mar 2017
Stratford, Canada20 contributions5 helpful votes
Loved Williams Coffee pub, so dog friendly. Enjoyed the exhibits and store. Our dog loved it as well. The only downside was the dog park was not available for large dogs. The young lady at the counter gave us the reason why.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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