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Stride for Strays 2015!

We are hosting a 5km charity dog walk. Come promote pet fitness and raise money for a great charity- Animal Adoptions of Flamborough!

Date: Saturday, October 3, 2015 11-12pm
Registration begins at 10:30 am at Joe Sam’s Leisure Park 752 Centre Rd, Waterdown
Dog Walk only– All other activities will take place at the Open House

Followed by Annual Open House from 1-4pm at Clappison Animal Hospital
780 Hwy 6 North, Waterdown, ON

Parking available at Terra Greenhouses.

Shuttle available from Clappison Animal Hospital leaves at 10:30am to the park, leaves the park at 12:30pm to go back to Clappison Animal Hospital.

All dogs must be on a leash and walkers without a dog are welcome: walk in memory of a pet or for a stray in need.

Start a team with your family, friends, school or church, etc. pledge forms available online or at the clinic or you can download one by clicking here.

Participant bag will be given out at registration!

Win prizes in several walking categories:
First place, oldest dog, youngest dog, generosity award for top donor, Underdog award for the last one to finish and more…

Open House Event will include raffle, pet portraits, clinic tours, agility, dancing and advanced demonstrations from McCann’s and K9 Case

K-Lite Interactive Zone!
Pop, Funk and Rock Band The Dirty Turkeys will be performing live!

Local food truck Wrap-ture will be on site selling delicious wraps – http://wrap-ture.com/ for preview of menu.

Contact Clappison Animal Hospital to find out how you can participate or donate today! 

All donations going to Animal Adoptions of Flamborough. Learn more about this amazing pet charity at http://anadoptflam.com/

Check out our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/779404102113990/) for any updates or changes.

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