Please join Harwich Conservation Trust (HCT) and The Sampson Fund on Saturday, May 13th from 9 – noon for the second annual Walk ‘n Wag! This fun dog walking event will feature pet friendly exhibitors, canine enrichment activities, and lots of furry friends and their owners.
Parking for Walk ‘n Wag on May 13th:
Please park at the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School.
Address: #351 Pleasant Lake Ave. (Route 124), Harwich
Please click here to be directed to Google Maps for navigation.
Then walk down to HCT’s Hinckleys Pond-Herring River Headwaters Preserve.
Dogs must be leashed at all times.
Donations are welcome.
About The Sampson Fund:
To make Walk ‘n Wag happen this spring, HCT is glad to partner again with The Sampson Fund, a very important nonprofit helping pets and their families across Barnstable County. The mission of The Sampson Fund is to provide financial assistance for veterinary care of critically ill or injured dogs and cats on Cape Cod and the islands when owners cannot afford treatment. To learn more about The Sampson Fund, please click here.
Thank You to Walk ‘n Wag Sponsors:
~Agway of Cape Cod (Leader of the Pack)
~Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists (Leader of the Pack)
Brewster Veterinary Hospital, Derbyfield Kennel, Beach Beauty Essentials, VCA Pleasant Bay Animal Hospital, Veterinary Associates of Cape Cod, Cape Cod Chronicle, Nauset Disposal, Coxwain Media, and anonymous dog-loving donors
Dog walking etiquette:
Please remember the following dog etiquette rules while at the event:
+Please keep your dog leashed at all times.
+Please pick up after your dog (you are welcome to use the provided pet waste bags and bins).
+Ask before letting your dog greet a new person or a new dog.
Friendly parking reminder:
Please park at the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School and walk downhill to the event.
See you at Walk ‘n Wag on May 13th from 9-noon!