Wiggle Waggle Walk Welcomes Westies to Weimaraners

Friday, September 25, 2015 | 8:05 am

Make plans this September to bring your canine buddy out to the walk that beats all walks. On September 27th you and your best friend can come out to the 17th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk. This is a great chance to get out and get some exercise with your furry friend while the weather is still warm.

All animal lovers and their trusted canine companions are invited to come on out for the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA’s Wiggle Waggle Walk. This annual community fundraiser has a fundraising goal of $400,000. Those funds will go to feeding, sheltering, and healing homeless animals in need.
The walk is held at Brookside Park, which is adjacent to the Rose Bowl and begins at 8:00 a.m.

Walkers can walk solo or form a team with friends, family or co-workers. There are also already formed teams you can join and registration is free. Entrants who raise $75.00 or more will receive an official Wiggle Waggle Walk tee shirt. Any animal lover is welcome to come out and support Pasadena’s Humane Society, dogs not required.

Walkers have a pick between a one mile and three mile course. After the race there will be a very cool Pet Expo at Brookside Park. K-9 demonstrations will be at the expo, not to mention many booths to browse and pick up information. You will be able to buy pet products, visit some yummy food trucks, and participate with their pups in some canine contests.

You can create a personal fundraising page on the official Wiggle Waggle Walk website (try saying that seven times fast). This is also a great opportunity for anyone who is unable to walk to still raise money for this important cause.

This is the biggest fundraiser of the year for Pasadena’s Humane Society and SPCA and thousands are expected to come out for this free family fun festivity.

Mark your calendars now!

The official Wiggle Waggle website is www.wigglewagglewalk.org.

Brookside Park is located at 480 North Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena.


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