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Leashing up for PetWalk 2013 on June 1

6:35 PM, May 25, 2013  |  Comments
Strap in and leash up the pets for the Bay Area Humane Society's 2013 PetWalk on Saturday.
Strap in and leash up the pets for the Bay Area Humane Society's 2013 PetWalk on Saturday.
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The Bay Area Humane Society's annual PetWalk on June 1 is a chance to get some exercise, enjoy the outdoors and breathe some fresh air, all alongside your pet.

The day's festivities kick off at 9:30 a.m. at the Humane Society and the 5K walk is set to go through the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary near the shelter.

Participants are expected to do their own fundraising - especially through creative means like penny wars, house cleaning and pet walking or grooming services - and if an individual raises upwards of $2,500, MetJet will provide two roundtrip flights anwhere they fly.

Other prizes include backpacks, water bottles, camping gear, and a portable gas grill.

Obviously, dogs might be the most enthusiastic participants, but pets of all sizes and species are welcome to walk - or even no pets at all. The event is about raising money for the Humane Society and finding homes for countless animals every year.

To learn more, visit www.petwalkgb.com

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