“Our mission is to spread awareness of rescue dogs.”
Afrim Pristine admits his life has changed since he became the owner of the two rescue dogs.
“This has become a passion project of mine since my dogs came into my life. I never knew that it was possible (to love a dog so much) as I never grew up with dogs.”
Chefs and their sous chef-dogs include:
Lora Kirk & Charlie Pickles
Lynn Crawford & Porkchop
Grant van Gameren & Country Boy Jr.
Rob Gentile & Norma
Christine Flynn & Lucy & Rocksteady
Afrim Pristine & Henry & Charlie
“I want to spread this message far and wide. What it means to the animal to be rescued but then for the owner too. Everybody wins!” – Afrim Pristine
The first 50 dog owners to book tickets are welcome to bring their dog to the Cheese Boutique’s Outdoor Dog Park at 45 Ripley Avenue.
DATE: Sunday, August 7
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM
LOCATION: Cheese Boutique, 45 Ripley Avenue
Tickets are $125
Call 416-762-6292 or contact email@example.com for details.
All proceeds go to the Etobicoke Humane Society
About Cheese Boutique
Cheese Boutique started in 1970 as a humble mom and pop corner store in Bloor Street’s West Village. Having grown into a gourmet staple, 16 years ago it set up a new home in a former sausage factory on an industrial strip called Ripley Avenue off South Kingsway. There “best before” dates do not apply in taking something good and making it great is an anchored philosophy. Their epicurean emporium contains a cumulative knowledge of three generations that supplies Toronto with succulent selections in appreciating fine food as one does fine art. Aging and curing everything from cheese to beef to Meyer lemons is handled with expert knowledge where patrons can glimpse the process by visiting our unique Cheese Vault.