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Toronto Is Getting 6 Indoor Pop-Up Dog Parks Today

Cadillac Fairview announces six new pop-up dog parks at indoor locations across Toronto.

As extreme cold grips the city on what's officially known as the most depressing Monday of the entire year, Toronto is desperately in need of a distraction. Thankfully, our wish has been granted in the form of six new pop-up dog parks at indoor locations across the downtown core. Cadillac Fairview announced their exciting antidote to Blue Monday this morning.

Today only, you'll find fenced-in dog parks in six major indoor locations across the city.  Those include 20 Queen Street W., Toronto Eaton Centre (1 Dundas Street E. and 250 Yonge), Toronto-Dominion Centre, RBC Centre & Simcoe Place. 

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According to CF's press release, "visitors will be treated to a highly share-worthy experience when they arrive at the white-picket fenced parks featuring bright-eyed and bushy-tailed dogs wagging for pats and attention." You'll even get a chance to cuddle with Toronto's most beloved four-legged Instagram stars, Elvis Pawsley and Iggy Joey.

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The dog parks are opening at 9:00 AM and you have until 2:00 PM this afternoon to stop by. And you won't want to miss it because let's be real, there's no better cure for the Monday blues than some love from a furry friend.

Here's where you'll find all six pop-up dog parks in the city today:

Toronto-Dominion Centre
66 Wellington Street West, Located in the Linkway

RBC Centre
Wellington Avenue West, East Lobby  

Simcoe Place 
Wellington Avenue West, East Lobby

Cadillac Fairview Tower 
20 Queen Street West, Lower Lobby 

Toronto Eaton Centre (office properties) 
Dundas Street East, Main Lobby 
250 Yonge Street, Lower Lobby

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To find out more about CF's initiative, click here.

 

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