Endorsed by Curators:
What:Woof! This event is a fundraising 5k (3.1 miles) walk/run and a to support Can Do Canines. (participants will not be required to walk/run all 5k and may attend the after-race festivities at any time).
Who:All are welcome. Bring your well-behaved dogs and your friends!
When:Saturday, August 12, 2017. All are invited to come at 8:30 a.m. to pick up t-shirts and socialize. Fun run/walk will begin at 9 a.m.
Where:Round Lake Park,16691 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55346
Parking:Handicapped accessible; plenty of parking!
Registration:Sign-up individually or as a team. You will be given the option to select t-shirt sizes and to estimate the number of furry friends coming along! Cost is $30 per person (includes event t-shirt if you register before August 1st) and $6 per pet (includes a prize). *group discount available for families*
$25provides leash, collar, and bowls for one puppy in training.$50provides 3 months of heartworm prevention for a puppy in training.$100provides training cape and 3 months of food for a puppy in training.$250provides spay or neuter services for one puppy in training.$500provides medical testing and x-rays for one dog in training.$1,000provides interpreting costs for one Hearing Assistance Dog Team in training.$5,000provides obedience, assistance dog skills training, and medical care for one dog in training.$10,000provides professional training services for one family with a child with autism.$25,000 fully sponsors all costs of one assistance dog team.(*costs are approximates. Your donation will be used where help is most needed.)
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Can Do Canines, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organzation based in New Hope, MN. Can Do Canines trains and places five distinct types of assistance dogs with people who have disabilities, free of charge. They train assistance dogs to help with hearing loss, mobility challenges, seizure disorders, type 1 diabetes, and childhood autism. The organization is funded entirely through contributions and fundraising events, recieving no funding from governement sources (contributions are fully deductible to the extend permitted by law). Can Do Canines is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities by creating mutually beneficial partnerships with specially trained dogs.