What makes a party un-fur-gettable? What can make litter-ally EVERYONE happier in a dang instant? Puppies, that’s what. A pawful of local rescues will bring puppies to your Twin Cities home or business in exchange for a donation. Puppy breath ‘n cuddles. You need dis. (Warning: They’re adoptable.)
For a puppy party at the office:
Lucky Paws Midwest will bring puppies to corporate events for a $100 minimum donation and onsite donation jar (for employees really feeling the ruv, aka everyone). They’re in Wisconsin but will travel to the Twin Cities area. Email Regina Kurandina for the furry deets.
In warmer months, Safe Hands Rescue hosts “Pup-Ups”—de-stress puppy playdates outdoors or in tents. It’s a $500 minimum donation from the company and/or employees but playtime with adoptable puppies is priceless so you’re already getting the deal of a lifetime.
Spot’s Last Stop’s Canine Coffee Breaks include 1-2 hours of workday wiggles that’ll make you the office hero. Seriously, your faces are gonna hurt from smiling. Email Grant Adams for donation info and scheduling.
For a puppy party anywhere:
Midwest Animal Rescue & Services (MARS) will bring puppies to you or let you come to its facility for the ulti-mutt get-happy sesh. (Psst: They often host puppy yoga, too.) Call 763-503-4990 for the scoop.
Secondhand Hounds will bring 3 or more puppies from the same litter ($500 donation), or 3 or more puppies and friendly smol doggos ($350 donation) to you within 30 miles of its Minnetonka office. Then there’ll be 90 minutes of snuggles, belly rubs, playtime, and naps. What a time to be alive.
Know another rescue that hosts puppy parties? Woof at us in the comments!
(Top photo by Papawrazzi for Spot’s Last Stop)
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