Muddy Buddy Family Fun Obstacle Run

par Saskatchewan SPCA

  • samedi, 25 août 2018 de 9:00 Matin à 2:00 Après-midi (HAC)
  • Blackstrap Provincial Park , , SK

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The Saskatchewan SPCA is thrilled to announce our newest fundraiser – the first annual Muddy Buddy Family Fun Obstacle Run!

Join us at the beautiful Blackstrap Provincial Park for this family-friendly 5K fun run or walk. We encourage all participants to move at a pace that is comfortable for you and your pet. Our goal is to provide an experience that is perfect for people of all ages and athletic abilities.

The Muddy Buddy course will feature a variety of challenges, including tire obstacles, hoops, jumps, a selfie stop, and more!. Did we forget to mention the mud pit? Yeah… there will be a mud pit! We couldn’t call it the Muddy Buddy if we lacked the opportunity for a mud bath!


Registration Fees


Early Bird (offer ends July 31): $50 | Regular: $60

Individual registration includes 1 person and 1 pet.


Early Bird (offer ends July 31): $70 | Regular: $80

Family registration includes 2 adults, 3 children, and 1 pet.

Two by Four or Two By Eight:

Early Bird: (offer ends July 31) $70 | Regular: $80

The Two by Four or Two by Eight category includes 2 people and up to 2 dogs (1 dog per person) – 2 people and 4 or 8 furry legs.

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Jours pour acheter


Blackstrap Provincial Park
, SK

25 août 2018
samedi, 25 août 2018 9:00 Matin (HAC)


To volunteer for the Muddy Buddy, visit our website at


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Saskatoon , SK
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À propos de cet organisme

The Saskatchewan SPCA is a registered charity working to promote the humane treatment of animals through education and prevention programs. We promote empathy, compassion, and respect for all animals. As the provincial voice on animal welfare, the Saskatchewan SPCA is working in cooperation with our stakeholders to make a real and lasting difference in the welfare of companion animals and livestock in Saskatchewan. We are working with our stakeholders to create a new certification and registration program for animal rescue groups in Saskatchewan. We are working with human service agencies and animal welfare organizations in order to help raise awareness of the link between interpersonal violence and animal abuse. Our annual conference — open to the public — offers a chance to learn more about the care of animals and current animal welfare issues. Our Stryker K-9 Care Fund helps with the veterinary costs for retired police dogs.