If you’re looking for a way to brighten up the workday during the darkest months of the year, then we’ve got the perfect event for you.
In the spirit of the season, Redemption Paws, the Canadian registered charity and dog rescue, is offering puppy visits to offices in the downtown core from December 9 to 13.
The visits will last from one to two hours, and are available to offices in the downtown Toronto area — that’s from Dufferin to Leslie, and Queens Quay to Eglinton.
The intention behind the visits is to raise money in support of the rescue missions the organization undertakes.
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The rescue organization recently welcomed 27 puppies into the rescue over the past month, and they are now ready to meet the (working) world.
According to Redemption Paws, research shows that animals in the workplace can lead to more productive co-worker interaction, increased trust levels between colleagues, and more effective collaboration.
Plus, they say, puppies boost employee morale and satisfaction, increase productivity, and reduce stress. And while we’re not scientists… we certainly won’t argue with such claims.
Additionally, Redemption Paws is also throwing a holiday pawty on December 6 at the Super Wonder Gallery on College Street to celebrate the organization’s successful year and to raise additional funds to support its monthly rescue initiatives.
The event will feature holiday-themed pet portraits from local artist Albha Egan, a puppy play-room, festive cookies and drinks (for both humans and dogs), some Redemption Paws holiday gift ideas, and of course, some of the loveable adoptables and puppies looking to go home for the holidays.
The rescue only asks for a PWYC donation at the door.
Consider these visits puppy pawp-ins, if you will.
When: December 6 (from 8 pm to 12 am)
Where: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College street
Price: PWYC donations at the door
Redemption Paws Puppy Pawp-Ins
When: December 9 to 13 (from 9 am to 5 pm)
Where: Offices in the downtown core of Toronto
Price: A minimum donation of $500 per hour of puppy time is requested
Booking: Sign up at this link