Morning Throwback: in the ‘50s, dogs in Toronto knew their role
Who let the dogs out in the ‘50s? Why, they let themselves out, of course. And then they strapped you on a cart and took you for a ride. You know, instead of the other way around. It was the way man intended it to be. Before doggy day cares and dog boutiques and dog toilets. Yeah, in the ‘50s, people respected the true hierarchy of the animal kingdom. Men told dogs to take them for a walk at the CNE and they listened.