Toronto dog lovers and their furry companions were out in full force on Saturday at Woodbine Park for the city's annual celebration of man's best friend.
Woofstock, dubbed "the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America," features games, pet supplies vendors hocking their wares, contests, and of course, plenty of pooches.
The dogs competed in a variety of contests.
Many were dressed up in costumes, like a canine Comic Con.
Kellie Casquilhlo's dog Luna didn't win the costume prize for her Starbucks Latte outfit, but her owner didn't mind.
"It's just a nice day and you get to do things with your dog," she said.
Matt Raynier brought his French bulldog, Tofu, to Woofstock this year. The pup has its own Instagram account, @tofuthefrenchbulldog, with 24,000 followers.
The heat was an issue for the fur-covered attendees, hitting 36 C with the humidity.
"We're a bit concerned about the heat, and Tofu has almost reached his limit, but we're enjoying ourselves," Raynier said.