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A PAWS ‘dogumentary’ stopped in South Surrey last month. - Contributed photo
A PAWS ‘dogumentary’ stopped in South Surrey last month.
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A “dogumentary” crew made a stop in South Surrey last month as part of a national tour.

Professional speaker Charmaine Hammond and her four-legged videographer, Toby, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, visited Petland in Grandview Corners June 12 for the PAWS Across Canada tour.

Hammond, and her husband, Christopher, are travelling to different communities with Toby to document dog-friendly travel.

Toby – complete with his own camera – will document his adventure and each of the trio’s favourite places will be receive the Toby Tested, Toby Approved award.

For more information, visit www.theoriginalteamtoby.com

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