The RSPCA's biggest fundraising event is back!

On 21 May, walk to fight animal cruelty at the Million Paws Walk! This year, the walk will take place on May 21 and will be held in seven different locations across the state. Register yourself, friends and family to take part in the biggest dog walk in Australia. Your contributions will help care for the 10,000 animals who enter our shelters every year.

For the first time this year, you can take part in the Million Paws Challenge by walking a million paws with your dog! All you have to do is set up a fundraising page and walk for for the cause! Let people know why you're walking and get them to sponsor your effort. Register for the Challenge today and make every step count. You’ll receive prizes and lots of fun stuff for you and your pooch as you get closer to the elusive millionth paw. 

Every dollar you raise will help us reach $250,000 to help animals in need!

Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $567191
    Total money raised

    Nationally

  • $58168
    Total money raised in

    South Australia

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Adelaide

    Bonython Park, Adelaide

    Event Time

    08:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Port Augusta

    Eastside Foreshore, Port Augusta

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Berri

    Martin’s Bend Picnic Area, Berri

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Wallaroo

    Seaside Vet Surgery, Wallaroo

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    11:00

  • Murray Bridge

    Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Victor Harbor

    Warland Reserve, Victor Harbor

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

Meet Our Heroes

  • Indi

    Meet Indi, the ‘thweetest’ little Maltese crossbreed. She’s very cute with a tongue that always hangs out. Sadly, she’s this way because she wasn’t properly cared for in her previous home. Her fur was filthy, clumped and matted. The few teeth she still had were filled with severe dental disease. Worst of all, she had one of the worst ear infections RSPCA veterinarians had ever seen, causing an overwhelming, repugnant smell. We can’t imagine the terrible pain Indi was in. Indi underwent significant veterinary treatment in the RSPCA’s care, including surgeries for her ear infection and the removal of her remaining teeth. A tumour was also discovered and removed in her infected ear. She was taken into foster care by an RSPCA staff member, who continued Indi’s treatment. She was such a sweet, gentle and brave girl. Indi made a full recovery and is a content little dog. Now that Indi is officially a member of her new family, she receives endless love, pats, cuddles and smooches. Fundraising for this year’s Million Paws Walk helps to ensure animals like Indi, receive the care they deserve. We wish Indi all the best and have no doubt that in her new home, she has a joyous and loving life ahead.

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