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Last Week to Save $5 on Early Registration!

There’s Still Time to Register for LAP Memory Walk

The HCWS 10th Annual Lose A Pound with Your Hound Memory Walk is only days away.  On Sunday October 17, animal lovers from all over the Las Vegas valley will be at Bunker Family Park to enjoy a fun-filled time with family, friends and of course their best four-legged dog buddies.

The LAP Memory Walk will feature games, contests, entertainment, treats for your pup, BBQ food, plus a mile-long walk for you and your favorite canine.

Symbolic “collars” representing the 30,000 animals euthanized in Las Vegas animal shelters every year will line the path of the walk.  The senseless killing of these precious animals is the reason HCWS began the annual walk.  It is our goal to stop pet overpopulation in Las Vegas.

Registration for LAP is quick and easy.  It can be completed on our website at: www.hcws.org or in person at Bunker Park on October 17 at 9 a.m.  There is a $5.00 discount when you register online by 8p.m. on October 15.

Early registration is $25 for individuals.  A goody bag and t-shirt comes with your registration.  There is also an early bird Family Pack registration for 2 adults and 2 kids for $40.  It includes 2 t-shirts and a goody bag.

Proceeds from the walk help HCWS continue to save the lives of homeless pets, adopt more than 1,000 cats and dogs annually, fund our low-cost spay and neuter clinic and promote responsible pet ownership.

HEAVEN CAN WAIT ANIMAL SOCIETY – LOSE A POUND WITH YOUR HOUND MEMORY WALK

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2010 – BUNKER FAMILY PARK  (N.Tenaya and W. Alexander)

REGISTRATION:  9A.M. – WALK: 10A.M.



CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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One Response

  1. Three years ago I adopted a cocker spaniel from the Lied Animal Shelter, best thing for both of us. He was such a happy dog until a month ago. Somehow he ruptured a vertabrate in his neck the vet told me after xrays. His blood test turn out ok so the vet said try Predinsone for 3 weeks and if that dosen’t fix it then a operation may be the only option. Don’t take this wrong, my vet is a great guy and because I adopted this dog he charges me very little. But he said the operation would be very expensive and he’s not a surgeon. I love this dog and its killing me to see him hurting like this. I’m a forced early retiree with limited cash, but I’ll never put him down. Made him a promise 3 years ago while sitting on a cement floor with my fingers stuck in a wire fence for 30 minutes that I would never hurt him and I’d take care of him. He sniffed my finger, waged his tail and now its time to pay up on the promise. Perhaps someone may have a suggestion. Thanks

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