May 10, 2017

For the first time ever, Canadian dogs will get the chance to yell “surf’s up” and head over to Lucy Pet’s Gnarly Crankin’ K-9 Wave Maker. Back by popular demand after a wildly successful appearance in the 2017 Rose Parade, Lucy Pet’s Wave Maker will cross the U.S. border for the first time to attend Toronto’s Woofstock Festival.

All Toronto area pet parents can bring their dogs to Woodbine Park on May 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST and May 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST to see if they have what it takes to surf the Lucy Pet Wave Maker.

The Lucy Pet Crankin’ K9 Wave Maker is a one of a kind portable invention designed exclusively for Lucy Pet by American Wave Machine. It consists of a 75-foot trailer filled with 19,000 liters of water (5,000 gallons) and an automatic wave generator.

In addition to determining if a dog is a surfer “dude” or surfer “chick,” they will have the chance to win prizes and social media fame all across Canada.

“We are really excited to bring Lucy Pet’s Gnarly Crankin’ K-9 Wave Maker up north and across the Canadian border to make new friends,” Lucy Pet’s Joey Herrick said. “After so much success in the U.S. last year, we wanted to share the experience with Canadian pet parents too. Participating in Woofstock, named the Best Festival in Canada, is the perfect opportunity to do just that. We can’t wait!”


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