Sign up for annual Dog Walk: Annual WC Vets of Tomorrow event benefits WAHS


Annual WC Vets of Tomorrow event benefits WAHS

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Dogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends.

Dogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends.


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Dogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends.


News Journal file photos

WILMINGTON — Save the date and plan to join the Wilmington College Veterinarians of Tomorrow for their 13th annual Dog Walk on Sunday, May 6.

The fun begins at 2 p.m. at J.W. Denver Williams Jr. Memorial Park with dog/owner teams choosing a 1.3- or 2.6-mile course.

You may pre-register in advance of the dog walk or register the day of the event. Pre-registration is available and the fee is $12 for the first dog; if a second is pre-registered, there is an additional charge of $6. Email cargo@wilmington.edu by April 29 with your name, address, email, dog’s name and breed, age, if up-to-date with vaccinations and whether your pet has any aggressive behavior around other dogs.

Registration at the event is $15 and if you bring a second dog, the registration fee is $21. Registration begins at 1 p.m. the day of the event at Shelter B.

The charitable event benefits the Wilmington Area Humane Society (WAHS) and has become a spring tradition for canines and their people. Non-dog owners are also invited to participate.

WAHS is an all-volunteer non-profit organization promoting the welfare of dogs and cats in Clinton County. To volunteer or make a donation, please visit www.adoptapet.com/wahs.

The Veterinarians of Tomorrow is a Wilmington College student organization for those who hope to work with animals in the future. The organization is led by President Chelsea Argo, Vice President Shelby Robinson, Secretary Sidney Dubois and Treasurer and Alexis Funk.

The event will take place rain or shine.

Dogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0047.jpgDogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends. News Journal file photos

Dogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0006.jpgDogs and their owners enjoyed a day out with each other at the 2017 event, and the dogs even made some new friends. News Journal file photos
Annual WC Vets of Tomorrow event benefits WAHS

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