Together in TAS we have raised $8,663 to fight animal cruelty

Join us for Million Paws Walk in 2019!

Million Paws Walk is back! Million Paws Walk is our largest annual event, where 100 per cent of funds raised through event activities, donations, merchandise sales and your own fundraising efforts go directly towards helping the animals who need it most. You will also help keep our inspectors on the road, run education and support programs, and improve the welfare of animals every day.

Once again, Tasmanian dog lovers have a choice of three convenient and picturesque Million Paws Walk locations at each corner of the state. Our popular seaside walk route will be featured at St Helens, plus a unique and beautiful walk event will be held in Ulverstone, Launceston and Hobart.

All events offer a range of food as well as activities, entertainment and great prizes for pooches and people.

Million Paws Walk is the RSPCA’s biggest annual fundraising event, raising critical funds to fight animal cruelty. We’re looking forward to having you join us for a great day out!


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Find your nearest Walk

  • Hobart
    Walk Location

    Long Beach Reserve, Sandy Bay

    Event Time

    12:00 – 15:00

    Walk Start

    13:00

  • Launceston
    Walk Location

    Inveresk Precinct, Invermay

    Event Time

    10:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    11:00

  • Ulverstone
    Walk Location

    Ulverstone Sound Shell, Ulverstone

    Event Time

    10:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    11:00

Meet our hero

Meet Max

Max is a beautiful Maltese Terrier, who spent the beginning of his life in filthy conditions. Max wasn’t cared for properly. He wasn’t groomed or bathed and his coat was matted. He was suffering from severe skin irritation and chronic conjunctivitis because of the matted fur around his eyes. Thankfully for Max, he was seen by a concerned member of the public and reported. He was subsequently seized by an RPSCA inspector and brought into an RSPCA Care Centre for care. Max was so distressed that a veterinarian had to sedate him before he could be carefully groomed. Max was later placed with a wonderful foster carer, where he was nurtured, rehabilitated and loved. When Max first went to live with his foster carer, he was wary of people and would often run in circles. It took time before he could trust anyone, but now he's happy to greet people with a wagging tail. In the end, his foster mum wanted his foster home to become his forever home! So little Max was adopted, given a new family, and will continue to be loved and cherished. RSPCA Tasmania needs your support to help animals like Max. Together, we can fight animal cruelty.

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