Does your dog have talent?

The BCSPCA in Kelowna is calling all dogs to the annual Scotiabank and BCSPCA Paws for a Cause Walk for the Animals.

The BCSPCA in Kelowna is calling all dogs to the annual Scotiabank and BCSPCA Paws for a Cause Walk for the Animals.

A fun competition to display your dog’s special abilities has been added to the schedule of events—Dog’s Got Talent.

Join the SPCA on Sunday, Sept. 11 at City Park to participate in the event.

You can take your dog for a walk and then make your way to the main stage for Dog’s Got Talent.

There will be judges and prizes for first, second and third place winners.

There will be limited space so be sure to sign up early on event day.

Registration will begin at 9 a.m. with a three kilometre dog walk at 10:30 a.m. and the one-kilometre “furry scurry” at 11 a.m.

The Kids Zone will open at 9:30 a.m. complete with crafts, a bounce house, face painting and a maze.

There will be a photo booth to get a picture of you and your favourite furry friend, the Paws Parlour for some pampering for your pooch, dog competitions including a relay race and PJ’s Party cake walks, and a barbecue featuring SPCA-certified hot dogs from Vale Farms.

The Scotiabank and BCSPCA Paws for a Cause is the largest provincial fundraiser of the year.

Register online today at www.spca.bc.ca/walk or pick up a pledge form at the Kelowna Branch at 3785 Casorso Rd. and start fundraising today. For information call the 250-861-7722.

 

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