Vancouver's annual dog run returns to Stanley Park for 2018
RunGo Dash for Dogs, an annual dog run around Stanley Park, is returning to Vancouver for its 2018 event.
It’s a friendly, non-competitive race for canines and their companions, that takes place at Stanley Park on Saturday, February 24.
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The race consists of a guided 2km, 5km, or 10km run or walk around the beautiful trails of Stanley Park. Post-race activities include a pancake breakfast, music and the chance to be guided by a BC guide dog around an obstacle course.
Dogs of all ages are welcome (including guide dogs), though they must be on leash and under control at all times.
Entry to the event starts at $20 depending on race; proceeds will directly benefit BC and Alberta Guide dogs.
Even if you don’t own a dog, and just love the furry creatures in general, you’re still invited to run! You can register for the run online.
RunGo Dash for Dogs
What: A fundraising run/walk to benefit BC and Alberta guide dogs.
When: Saturday, February 24, at 9 am
Where: Brockton Pavilion – 1151 Stanley Park Drive