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Thursday, May 16, 2013


Sunday, June 2, 2013
John McLaren Park's 
Jerry Garcia Amphitheater
10AM - 2PM
Stand up for our dog community and try to set a world record for dogs in a dog walk while doing it!  
We San Francisco Bay Area residents LOVE our dogs! That's why we've worked so hard to make the Bay Area the most dog friendly place on earth. Yet there are threats and attempts to take away the gains that we’ve made. It’s time once again to stand up and be counted for our dogs and our community! On Sunday, June 2, 2013, the Million Dog March will take place at San Francisco's McLaren Park with an enormous dog walk and post-walk festival. Come join us for the walk and celebrate your dog and your community as we try to set the world record for dogs in a dog walk. We'll walk through fields of grass, past scenic lakes, under trees, over charming wooden bridges, and along trails with spectacular views of San Francisco, Mount Davidson, and Twin Peaks. After the walk, there will be a festival with vendors, information booths, and fun things to do for you and your dog. Hosted by SFDOG. Endorsed by dog groups throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including Ocean Beach DOG, Ft. Funston Dog Walkers, Marin Unleashed, Crissy Field DOG, Point Isabel DOG, Montara Dog Group, DogPAC of San Francisco, the Professional Dog Walkers Association, the San Francisco SPCA and others.
 Registration for the Million Dog March at http://www.regonline.com/milliondogmarch 
Registration fee is $25 in advance/$30 on the day of the event, which includes registration for one dog and its human family members as well as one t-shirt for you and a bandana for your dog. Any funds that exceed the cost of putting on the event will be given to the Friends of SF Animal Care and Control to benefit shelter animals.  
"Like" us on the Facebook Main Page: http://www.facebook.com/milliondogmarchSF 
RSVP on the Facebook Event Page:http://www.facebook.com/events/396073250480524/

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