Dogs have their day at RSPCA Million Paws Walk

Ian Bushnell 20 May 2019
Million Paws Walk

It was a great day to take a dog for a walk. Many donned the blue RSPCA scarf for the event. Photos: Daniella Jukic, We Are Found.

Big dogs, small dogs, skinny dogs, fat dogs, shaggy dogs, even hot dogs – they were all there at Patrick White Lawns, Parkes, on Sunday for the annual RSPCA Million Paws Walk.

More than 2000 pooches and their humans revelled in the autumn sunshine to take a stroll by Lake Burley Griffin.

They also enjoyed live entertainment, stalls, delicious food, giveaways, and activities.

More than 3300 online tickets were sold and the almost $55,000 raised so far from this year’s event will go towards the important work of RSPCA teams.

Last year, hundreds of abused and neglected animals needed urgent care from the RSPCA’s Animal Care Services Team.

RSPCA Million Paws Walk

The RSPCA Million Paws Walk this Sunday is a great way to spend time with your four-legged best friend, but also to help the RSPCA fund their urgent work on animal wellbeing. We met the RSPCA ACT's CEO Michelle Robertson and the very important CEP, Juno (Chief Executive Pooch) to learn more about how it works.

Posted by The RiotACT on Monday, 13 May 2019

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