Dogs’ day out at Victor Harbor

READY FOR A WALK: Andrew and Melanie Johns and Sarah Hill, and dogs Tessa, Teddy, Trixie, Lucy and Jack, took part in last year's Million Paws Walk.

READY FOR A WALK: Andrew and Melanie Johns and Sarah Hill, and dogs Tessa, Teddy, Trixie, Lucy and Jack, took part in last year's Million Paws Walk.

The Victor Harbor Million Paws Walk will be held this Sunday, May 21.

It will be the third year of the locally-staged event, which has so far raised more than $7000 for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).

Participants will gather at Warland Reserve from 9.30am for a 10am start. To get involved by registering, or find out more, visit www.millionpawswalk.com.au or phone 8205 8000.

MILLION PAWS WALK: One of the participants at last year's Million Paws Walk in Victor Harbor.

MILLION PAWS WALK: One of the participants at last year's Million Paws Walk in Victor Harbor.

This Sunday the Million Paws Walk will take place at seven different locations across the state.

People can register themselves, friends and family to take part in the biggest dog walk in Australia.

Contributions will help care for the 10,000 animals who enter RSPCA shelters every year. Every dollar will help the RSPCA’s aim to reach $250,000.

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