25th Annual See Spot Walk 

Saturday, Oct. 7, beginning at Julia Davis Park

Bow-wowzers!

Idaho Humane Society

Bow-wowzers!

Raise a glass and say a cheer to the enthusiasm of dogs. Whether for a quick trip to the grocery store or a trek across the country, Fido's desire to go along for the ride is singular and all consuming. A dog's loyalty and friendship, along with a breakneck interest in everything their owners do, is what makes the relationship with our pooches so prized. Reward your furry buddy with See Spot Walk, where you can meet up with people and pets at the Julia Davis Park bandshell for a 1-mile walk through the park, and check out vendors, contests, demos and more. For Fido, it's Christmas—walking with a thousand other dogs and their owners—and for the Idaho Humane Society, it's a fundraiser to help in its mission to care for dogs without homes. This year, IHS hopes to raise $160,000 through pledges and registrations.

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