Humane Society Walk for the Animals 2007 -- Sunday, September 23

 |  Sep 20th 2007  |   2 Contributions


Looking for a good time for the WHOLE family in Washington, DC this weekend? Then lace up those walking shoes and pull out the leashes! It's time for the Humane Society Walk for the Animals 2007!

The Washington Humane Society and The Humane Society of the United States invite you to join fellow animal lovers in the DC Metro Areaincluding visitors from across the nation and around the globefor the 2nd annual Humane Society Walk for the Animals. Bring your canine friendor walk for a pet who prefers to stay at homeand enjoy a mile-long stroll around the Washington Monument with stunning views of historic landmarks.

Tamar Geller, the Walk's Grand Marshal, is a renowned lifecoach for dogs and New York Times bestselling author of The Loved Dog: The Playful, Nonaggressive Way to Teach Your Dog Good Behavior. Own the book or Tamar's new DVD, Celebrate Your Dog? Bring it to the Walk for Tamar to sign!

All proceeds benefit lifesaving adoption, humane education, and spay/neuter programs. Bring your family and friends and have fun while helping us put an end to pet homelessness!


Will Thomas, Fox5 News Anchor, will serve as Emcee

Washington Humane Society Mobile Adoption Center

with Dogs & Cats for Adoption

Washington Humane Society $35 Microchip Clinic

McGruff the Crime Dog and Jelly the Publicity Hound

"Best Dressed Canine" Contest

"Find the Bone" Mutt Hunt

Doggie Agility Course

Tour of The Humane Society of the United States's Disaster Vehicle

Special concert by Justin Trawick

Prizes galore!


Date: Sunday, September 23, 2007
Time: Check-in starts at 11:00 am; pre-walk activities begin at noon. The walk begins at 1:00 pm.
Place: Sylvan Theater on the National Mall, located at the corner of 15th Street and Independence Avenue SW, near the base of the Washington Monument.
Cost: Prior to 9/23, $20 registration fee for individuals; $50 for a family of 4 (no more than 2 adults ages 18 or older).

Follow this link for more information.


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