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Dogathon 2019, SPCA’s Wow-Woof Walk!

10 Feb


Gear up for Dogathon 2019, a doggie fun day!

SPCA’s upcoming Dogathon 2019 will be themed “Go for a Walk and Turn Hong Kong Upside Down“! Paying tribute to Hong Kong’s most distinctive district landmarks, their venue will be transformed into a hub of selfie spots featuring the cities most cherished icons.

Now you and your furry friends can take all the selfies you want at one stop! After a walk along the beautiful water promenade with 1,000 pawpals, you can dive right into their super pawty. What a great way to spend a day while doing it for a good cause!

Each participating doggie will be rewarded with a unique limited edition medal, as well as a commemorative bandana, a certificate and a goodie bag. And there are feature points created by local illustrator Ivan Yip, a PET X handicraft market and a Paw and Friends mini concert.

No enrolment fee will be charged, just simply raise the minimum donation before the deadline to come and join in on the fun!

What are you waiting for? Enrol now and join SPCA for a great day out, whilst supporting their animal welfare work! Everyone’s a winner especially the animals!

Route Map

Date: Sunday, 24 February 2019

Time: 8:30am, shuttle buses are available.

Place: Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Enrollment: To find out more about the rules and to enroll please follow this link.

For more information, please contact the SPCA
Enquiry: (852) 2593 5442 (852) 2232 5579
Fax : (852) 3019 7445
Email : dogathon@spca.org.hk

About SPCA: The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was first formed by a group of volunteers in 1903 and became active in 1921.

Although they are the first charity in Hong Kong to deal with all aspects of animal welfare, SPCA obtains around only 1% of our funding from the government. The rest of their funding comes from the generosity of the general public, for which they are extremely grateful. It is a constant challenge to raise the funds necessary to continue their work.

SPCA believes that animals are living creatures which like humans, are able to feel pain, hunger and thirst. We should not inflict any suffering upon our fellow creatures just because they can’t speak.

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Hill’s X SPCA Dogathon 2018

23 Dec

Attention All Dog Lovers!

Everyday your faithful friend patiently waits to welcome you back home with a big smile, sloppy licks and a waggy tail. So perhaps it’s about time you rewarded them with a fun and exciting day out?

And what better way to thank them than joining the SPCA’s Dogathon, an annual charity walk and party for both dogs and owners around the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort? Over a thousand dogs will be participating helping to raise funds for their less fortunate animal friends.

Other activities available at the Dogathon:
* Fitness Zone
* Woof & Bricks Art Work
* Police Dog Performance
* Dog Frisbee Play Zone
* Agility Games
* Dog Health Talk By Senior Vet
* Dog Training Demonstration
* Flea Market
* Charity Sales
* Booth Games

No dog? No problem! You can still join in the fun and enjoy the incredible atmosphere of walking with more than a thousand dogs! There is no enrollment fee. All you need to do is raise a minimum donation before the deadline.

What are you waiting for? Enroll now and join us for a great day out, whilst supporting our animal welfare work! Everyone’s a winner especially the animals!

Date: Sunday, 28th January 2018

Time:
Walk Starting: 8:30am
Registration: 7:30-8:00am
Event Finish: 3:00pm

Place: Hong Kong Disneyland Coach Park

Distance: Around 5km (around 2 hours)

Deadline for Registration: Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018

To find out more information and to enroll, please follow this link

About the SPCA: The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was first formed by a group of volunteers in 1903 and became active in 1921.

Although SPCA is the first charity in Hong Kong to deal with all aspects of animal welfare, they obtain around only 1% of their funding from the government. The rest of their funding comes from the generosity of the general public, for which they are extremely grateful. It is a constant challenge to raise the funds necessary to continue their work.

The SPCA believes that animals are living creatures which like humans, are able to feel pain, hunger and thirst. We should not inflict any suffering upon our fellow creatures just because they can’t speak.