Just a month to go until the Million Paws Walk

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THE RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk in Canberra is hitting the lake loop in exactly a month’s time on 18 May.

The fundraiser to fight animal cruelty is a great day out for both dogs and dog lovers.

In its ninth year at Stage 88, the Canberra based Million Paws Walk continues to be one of RSPCA’s most popular outdoor events for animal lovers and their furry friends.

Enjoy a beautiful 5km walk around Lake Burley Griffin on a stunning Canberra Autumn day with your dog!

The walk begins at 11:00am on Sunday, May 18.

It’s such a big event that pre-registering is seriously advised.

The world famous Kelpies of Few Accomplishments, George and Orwell, will be in attendance and are always keen to meet new people.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. A wise person once told me ‘Never trust a dog who looks smarter than his owner.’

    They look like remarkably intelligent dogs.

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