On Sunday 21 May 2017, over 9,000 people and their dogs will walk to show their support for animals in need. The Million Paws Walk event is a great day out for the whole family in Perth, where you will be treated to entertainment, stalls, delicious food, competitions, giveaways and a whole lot more!
Whatever the age, size or breed – all friendly dogs are welcome for a fantastic doggy day out! No four-legged friend? Don’t worry, even those without pooches are welcome to join in the fun.
Money raised through online fundraising, merchandise sales and activities on the day will help to provide essential care, veterinary treatment, food and shelter for the hundreds of animals that RSPCA WA cares for each year. Every dollar you raise will make a big difference and will assist us in reaching our goal of $500,000. Sign up today to help give another dog a second chance at a happy life.
Register online before 20 May to take advantage of ticket price savings... and then start fundraising to help fight animal cruelty!
What are you waiting for? Register and start fundraising to help raise vital funds for animals in need. Set up your own fundraising page and make every step count!
*Please make sure your four-legged friend is fully vaccinated, friendly and well socialised.
Apex Pioneer Memorial Park,
09:00 – 12:00
East end of Sculpture Park, Mundaring
09:00 – 12:00
Kwoorabup Community Park, Denmark
08:30 – 13:00
Middleton Beach, Albany
08:30 – 11:00
Naval Memorial Park, Rockingham
08:00 – 12:00
Queens Gardens, Bunbury
08:00 – 14:00
Rotary Peace Park, Somerville
13:00 – 16:00
Sir James Mitchell Park, South Perth
08:30 – 14:30
Town Park, Dongara
09:00 – 13:00
Truman was found by Inspector Fiona in a dusty hole in the corner of an abandoned backyard. It was three degrees Celsius, raining and a strong chilly wind was blowing. He was wrapped around an old pillow without any shelter, food or water. Saddened by what she had discovered, Inspector Fiona seized him and took him straight to the RSPCA Kalgoorlie Animal Hospital. He was found to be completely blind and overweight because he could not move around the litter-filled backyard. He was also suffering from muscle wastage due to his lack of mobility. Truman was transferred to the Animal Management Facility (AMF) in Kalgoorlie where he received a healthy diet and began to enjoy frequent walks to help rebuild his muscles. His confidence began to grow, and he soon learnt to navigate obstacles. Another assessment found he had mature (opaque) cataracts in both eyes. Although not painful, there was a risk of him developing secondary glaucoma. He also had Bilateral elbow arthritis and a damaged canine tooth that needed extraction. Truman stole the hearts of all who met him. He was given veterinary treatment and was built a blind dog bumper bar so he could safely move around the facility. Six weeks later, he was healthy, confident and fit. Truman’s progress has been remarkable and he’s now ready for adoption into a loving home. Life had changed and Truman embraced it.
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