Strut Your Mutt 5K Houston

Strut Your Mutt 5K Houston
Date Oct 1, 2022
Saturday
Distance 5k, Fun Run, Fundraiser
Course Type Road

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Race Information

Add some excitement to your usual weekend plans with your dog, and do it for a great cause at Stude Park in Houston. 

At Strut Your Mutt, you can enjoy a leisurely community dog walk or a timed 5k run (with or without your dog), and then hang out at a festival for all things dog (and dog-lovers). This life-saving annual event, which includes doggie yoga, pet portraits, refreshments, music, contests, post-run pet massages and more, is for a great cause - ending the killing of pets in America's shelters.

As one of 12 events happening across the country, your local Strut Your Mutt event provides a platform for local rescues and shelters to raise money for providing critical funding for lifesaving adoption, spay/ neuter programs, and more.

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