Guto Penteado – People’s Party of Canada Saskatoon-University candidate – was at the “Pets In The Park” event with his heavy-weight black Newfoundland dog Zozo on Sunday, July 14. Guto, his family and PPC Saskatoon’s fellow candidates Mark Friesen and Cody Payant had a PPC’s camping gazebo set up at the park to provide shade to their pets and to chat about “Pets & Politics” with all event-goers. Guto’s sister brought her little Yorkshire dog Freddy and Mark Friesen was accompanied by his two very smart Border Collie dogs at the event. Humans and dogs had a wonderful day. Guto was interviewed by CBC News (link below) and answered questions about his friendly dog Zozo – one of the largest dogs at the event.
Guto Penteado’s Newfoundland was one of the largest at Pets in the Park on Sunday
Article by Ashleigh Mattern – CBC Saskatoon
If you happened upon Guto Penteado and his dog, you couldn’t help but notice the giant black Newfoundland dog, weighing in at about 200 pounds. “He’s very friendly with kids and other dogs. He doesn’t know about his size yet … he thinks he’s a lap dog.” For him, Pets in the Park is about both the animals and the people. Penteado came down with his sister and her dog, as well as some friends.
To read the full article, please go to: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/pets-in-the-park-saskatoon-record-breaking-attendance-1.5211727