Dogwood Walk

Dogwood Walk

Gulley Park,Fayetteville, AR – Rain or Shine


Preregistration is now closed.  You can register at 9 a.m. at Dogwood Walk on Saturday, May 3, 2014.  We hope to see you and your dog(s) there!

 Bring your dogs out for a fun morning while we raise funds and awareness for the humane treatment of animals.

Schedule of Events

9:00 a.m. Registration begins under the tents, visit booths

10:00 a.m. Dog contests begin, dog demonstrations, visit booths

11:00 a.m. Family fun walk around lovely Gulley Park

11:45 a.m. Awards Ceremony

Enter one of these fun contests with your dog:

  • Best dressed dog
  • Most unique dog
  • Cutest dog
  • Best owner-dog look-alike
  • Best dog trick
  • Most spirited pack
  • Most spirited Razorback pup
  • Fastest Frisbee fetch
  • Bobbing for tennis balls
  • Most patriotic pooch

Meet our Grand Marshal Dan Skoff, KNWA Chief Meteorologist, and his adorable dog Porsha.  In addition, enjoy a fun photo booth, face painting and much more!

Register at the event $20 for HSO members and $25 for non-members.  Registration includes lunch and a t-shirt.  Companion Passes for families or friends are available for an additional $5 with a paid registration although doesn’t include a t-shirt.  Kids 5 and under are free. 

Goody bags filled with a variety of dog products including gourmet treats, food samples, toys, coupons and some items for their human companions too can be purchased for an additional $15.  Micro-chipping will be available for an additional $20 and includes implanting of the microchip by a veterinarian and the microchip registration fee.

$20 for HSO members and $25 for non-members.  Registration includes lunch and a t-shirt.  Companion Passes for families or friends are available for an additional $5 with a paid registration although doesn’t include a t-shirt.  Kids 5 and under are free.

 

Take a look at pictures from past Dogwood Walks.
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Proceeds support HSO programs including low-cost spay/neuter assistance, emergency vet care assistance, shelter/rescue outreach, cruelty prevention, adoption awareness, medical care for animals rescued from abuse/neglect situations and community education. For more information call 479.444.PETS.