Help America’s VetDogs® make a difference in the lives of veterans by registering for the 7th Annual Annapolis/Kent Island Run & Dog Walk to be held on Sunday, April 23, 2017. This event leaves from Kent Island High School and tours the beautiful Cross Island Trail. Participants can choose to run in a 10K or 5K timed race, run in the NEWLY added
1-mile fun run, or take a 2-mile family-friendly walk with or without their pup. All proceeds will assist America’s VetDogs mission to help veterans with disabilities live a life without boundaries.
Held at Kent Island High School, the race will journey through the beautiful Cross Island Trail. Participate in a timed 10K or 5K race, a NEW
1-mile fun run, or a leisurely 2-mile family-friendly dog walk with or without your pup.
for the 5K USA Triathlon route
for the 10K USA Triathlon route
for the 2 mile walk
Rates are as follows:
(before April 19, 2017 at noon) All registrants will receive an event t-shirt.
$30 Veteran registration
$15 for 1-mile fun run
$40 for all those who register onsite for 10K, 5K or 2-mile dog walk
$20 for all those who register onsite for 1-mile fun run
Virtual Participation Registration:
$25 walk or ride in your own community
• Registration is now open. Walk-up registration is also available on the day of the event.
We encourage all participants to ask family, friends and colleagues to sponsor your efforts. Prizes will be awarded to the top fundraisers. A fundraising page is automatically
created for you once you register. We offer incentives to all those who fundraise for America’s VetDogs. Raise $75 and take home a red bandana for your dog. Participants can receive a long-sleeved t-shirt for raising $300 – this is in addition to the event t-shirt. Want a limited edition America’s VetDogs cap? All those who raise funds of $500 or more can take the cap home too! For any questions regarding fundraising, please contact Jaime McGrade at Jaime@VetDogs.org
or at 631-930-9054. Download a "Pledge Sheet" HERE
HELP AMERICA'S HEROES
Since 2003, America’s VetDogs has trained and placed over 450 guide and service dogs, FREE of charge, with our nation’s wounded veterans. These special assistance dogs are custom trained to help mitigate disabilities for veterans with blindness, spinal cord injuries, hearing impairments, peripheral and central balance disorders, limb loss, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).