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2016 Strut Your Mutt Event! Putting the FUN in Fundraising!
October 22, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Join us for the 2016 Best Friends Strut Your Mutt event! Our goal this year is $5000!
To register on line to attend Click HERE and be part of the Canines With a Cause Strut team!
Even if you can’t attend in person, you can still join our Team and make a donation on line HERE.
Saving Three Lives…..This is how we do it
Come walk with us and help us reach our modest goal of $5000 so we can continue our work to rescue homeless shelter dogs to train with military veterans as psychiatric service and assistance dogs to combat the debilitating effects of PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, TBI Traumatic Brain Injury, depression, anxiety and the risk of suicide. Our rescued shelter dogs are initially trained by female inmates at our Pawsitive Healing Prison Training Program and we’re rolling out our PENITENTIARY PUPS program; rescuing shelter dogs and training them to Canine Good Citizen level with female inmates in the Utah Department of Corrections before adopting the dogs out to the public!
Bring your friends, neighbors, kids, grandkids and join the festivities! Get excited Salt Lake City, because Strut Your Mutt is no ordinary dog walking event. This fundraising festival includes vendors, food, interactive games and activities for you, your dog and your whole family! Register today and break those sneakers in for a day of lifesaving milestones culminating in Salt Lake’s 21st Strut Your Mutt event at Liberty Park on October 22nd.
Get full details and register at bit.ly/StrutSLC2016. Registrations is just $25 for adults or $13 for kids until mid August. That, and anything else you raise during the fundraising portion of the event this summer, goes directly to the participating Utah shelter or rescue group you choose, Canines With a Cause of course!
Canines With a Cause Salt Lake City, Utah is a registered 501 (c)(3) Non Profit Organization Rescuing homeless and abandoned shelter dogs, training military Veterans with PTSD or other psychiatric disabilities to train their own service and assistance dogs and providing female prison inmates an opportunity to apply basic dog training skills to the dogs recently rescued. Saving Three Lives!