Residents looking for some good puppy activities in Toronto are in for a treat. Well, two treats in one, really. On Friday, Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Torontonians will have a chance to play with some adorable pups and also enjoy a large pizza, thanks to the Toronto Humane Society and Spot Dog Walking.\nAnyone living in the 6ix who is aching for some quality puppy time (and maybe even looking to adopt one of them) can organize a pizza puppy playdate pretty easily!\nView this post on Instagram ☁️ When your Spot walker is here, but your bed feels like a cloud… it’s a #rufflife ☁️ A post shared by Spot Dog Walking (@spotdogwalking) on Jul 31, 2019 at 8:46am PDT\nThe first step is downloading the Spot Dog Walking app (available on iOS and Android). After that, just hit the "book pup playdate" button on the app's home screen (has there ever been a better button in an app?) and set up a location.\nAfter that, puppy enthusiasts just need to show up to enjoy not just a half-hour of quality puppy playtime, but also a free large pizza! Not that anyone would need a pizza to be convinced to play with a bunch of puppies, but hey, it's definitely a nice touch!\nNot only will you get to play with some cute puppies and eat pizza, you'll also be helping to raise awareness about the good work the Toronto Humane Society does.\n"We're really excited to work with the Toronto Humane Society, not only to let people know about the amazing things that they do, but also bring a little bit of joy to people in the middle of the work day," said Spot CEO John Minchin in a press release.\nView this post on Instagram #THSHappyTail Watson 🐶 "Better late than never right? Here is a 5-year update on Watson! He turned 10 this year and we are happy to report that he still has lots of energy and is loving life. We had another medical scare with him this year that resulted in (too many) vet visits and a visit to the emergency vet, but thanks to the wonderful staff at VEC, they were able to pinpoint the issue right away and he was back to his old self within a few days. His muzzle is a lot whiter, he snores a LOT more, and is kind of really demanding when he wants something, but Watson is still the best. Keep doing the amazing work that you do THS!" . . . . . . . #Adopt #AdoptDontShop #RescueIsMyFavoriteBreed #RescueStrong #PetsAreFamily #PetsAreForLife #rescuedog #rescuedogs #rescuedogsofinstagram #rescuedogsrock #rescuedogsrule #dog #dogs A post shared by Toronto Humane Society (@toronto_humane_society) on Jul 7, 2019 at 3:05pm PDT\nSpot is doing more than just providing convenience for dog owners. When dog-walking services are booked through the app, ten cents from every ten minutes walked is donated to animal shelters. So far, they've clocked 50,000 walks.\nSo basically, this is the ultimate feel-good event: you get to play with puppies, eat pizza, and know that you're doing something good for animals in need. What more could anyone want?\nDisclaimer: Cover photos used for illustrative purposes only.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.