GET READY TO STRUT YOUR MUTT! Join Us For Chicago’s Largest Party Supporting Chicago Canine Rescue
This event is open to all ages and is the ultimate canine friendly party in Chicago! Participants are invited to get some exercise, followed by a family and pet centric block party (kids and dogs are FREE). Enjoy music, a doggy obstacle course, contests, raffles and visit with adoptable CCR dogs. Highlights include a Doggy Fitness Course, K9 cake eating contest, dog wash, and nail trims along with children’s bouncy house, face painter, and costume characters.
Plus, check out special deals on both pet and human merchandise at neighborhood shops!
Proud CCR supporter and alumni, Kye Martin of NBC5, will be the celebrity emcee of the event. Kye and her husband adopted Bo, a 90 lb. Shepherd Mix after meeting him at a previous Mutt Strut!
WHEN: Saturday, September 13th
Registration Begins at 11 a.m. – with the walk kicking off at noon!
Walk and Block Party 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: Lakeview along Newport Avenue (between Southport and Lakewood).
PRICE: $35/General Event Participation
Advanced registration is appreciated and encouraged at
Dogs and Children are FREE.
1. VIP Participation - $75
Receive 10 tickets to use inside the block party, an event T-Shirt and goody bag
2. Life Saving Participation - $55
Receive an event T-Shirt and a goody bag
3. General Participation - $35
Receive a goody bag
4. Couple & Family Participation - $70
Receive a goody bag and two event T-Shirts
Fundraising prizes for every participant that reaches $250, $500, $1000 or more in additional donations!
Awards and Prizes for Top Fundraiser & Top Fundraising Teams too.
For more information, please visit www.chicagocaninerescue.org. You can also reach CCR representative Candace Canty at email@example.com or 312.371.7827.
ABOUT CHICAGO CANINE RESCUE
Chicago Canine Rescue (CCR) was founded in 2001 to help find permanent, loving homes for homeless dogs in Chicago. Over the years, our dedicated organization has saved the lives of over 4,300 dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. CCR helps some of the Midwest’s most vulnerable animals – dogs with broken bones, older dogs that require dentals, moms with nursing pups, blind and deaf dogs, dogs with heartworm disease, skin problems and infections, our list goes on and on. Our larger shelter location at 5272 N. Elston Ave in Chicago provides these vulnerable animals with a safe haven and gives potential adopters a place to come and meet our dogs available for adoption. This year, over &00 animals that were facing euthanasia in other area shelters will instead come through CCR’s doors and receive much needed medical services and find loving families!