1st Annual STRUT Your MUTT 4 km WALK

par Fur-ever Homes Rescue

  • dimanche, 27 août 2017 de 9:00 Matin à 2:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • St. Patrick's Island - Confluence Plaza 1300 Zoo Rd NE, Calgary, AB T2E 7V6

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Fur-Ever Homes rescue welcomes all dog lovers to the first annual Strut Your Mutt event on scenic St. Patrick's Island starting at 9 AM, Sunday, August 27.  Beyond the chance to spend a lovely day and scenic 4km walk with your favorite pooch, there will be a paw spa available so that they can be treated to a mani-pedi.   There will be delicious food available from on-site food trucks, a photo-booth and a small market for you to peruse.

All profits from the event go to help support the hard work of Fur-Ever Homes rescue, who have helped to rescue thousands of dogs from certain death in California, Mexico as well as locally. Meet some of these same dogs, and see the amazing work done by this non-profit charity, volunteer-run organization.


9:00 - Registration Check in

10:00 - 4 km Walk begins

11:00 - 1:00  - Food Trucks will provide lunch, cold drinks and dessert

Family Squeezed, Cookie Dough YYC, Family Freezed

Heart's Choice

10:00 - 2:00 Marketplace - vendor tables, doggie nail trims

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St. Patrick's Island - Confluence Plaza
1300 Zoo Rd NE, Calgary, AB T2E 7V6

27 août 2017
dimanche, 27 août 2017 9:00 Matin (HAA)


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Calgary , AB
T1Y 5N6

À propos de cet organisme

Fur-Ever Homes Rescue Society is a compassionate, registered Canadian Charity. The rescue was founded by Carmen Elaraj in 2011 and is now managed/operated by a dedicated team of board members. We pride ourselves on the hard work of volunteers and the generosity of donations. We work in cooperation with a community of veterinarians, dog lovers, and other dog rescue groups, with the aim of reducing the number of shelter and homeless dogs. We believe every animal deserves a second chance! It is our primary goal to remove neglected, abandoned, injured, or abused pets from unhappy situations, both locally and internationally, and place them into the homes of caring individuals. We also aim to be a positive part of the local community by launching our free spay/neuter program, educating the public on concerns related to rescuing animals, and stepping in when we are able to help a fellow organization.