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Canadian dogs kennel believe their luck

Astragal keenly follows comparative approaches to urbanism and urban sprawl, so was delighted to receive this picture (above) from one of his North American correspondents. The photo, taken from the main freeway, shows a slice of suburbia in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada – hard-working pooches recuperate in these residential ‘condos’ when not out on the dog-sledding trail.

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