Helping homeless pets and horses is as simple as a walk in the park! Join the Dumb Friends League for some Furry Scurry fun for a great cause!

The Dumb Friends League is hosting its 24th annual Furry Scurry dog walk on Saturday, May 6 in Denver’s Washington Park to raise money for homeless pets and horses in our community. Animal lovers and their dogs will enjoy a beautiful spring day while participating in the two-mile walk around Wash Park, followed by refreshments, food trucks, contests, dog demonstrations and more than 150 pet-related vendors and sponsors at the Flealess Market. [gallery size="large" ids="12008,12007"] The Dumb Friends League encourages individuals and teams to start fundraising now to help homeless pets. Registration and participation in the Furry Scurry helps the Dumb Friends League care for more than 22,000 homeless pets each year. Funds raised at this event through registration fees and individual donations provide medical care to sick and injured animals, behavior training that allows pets to be adopted more quickly, investigations of animal neglect and mistreatment, and much more.
As a local, independent nonprofit, the Dumb Friends League relies on events like the Furry Scurry so we can continue to open our doors to every animal in need,” said Bob Rohde, president and CEO of the Dumb Friends League. “We are not affiliated with any national groups, and we don’t receive government funding. What we do is possible only because of the generous people right here in our community.”
The Furry Scurry is the Dumb Friends League’s largest fundraising event, with this year’s goal to raise more than $1 million for homeless pets and horses. Registration for the Furry Scurry is $50 per person and $25 for youth 14 and younger, and includes a Furry Scurry event T-shirt. Participants can register as an individual, or form or join a team. You can sign up by completing the registration form online at FurryScurry.org, at one of the Dumb Friends League shelter locations, or on event day starting at 7 a.m. The walk begins at 9 a.m.  

  Participants are encouraged to collect donations from friends, family and co-workers to help make an even bigger difference for homeless pets. Great gifts fit for pet lovers will be awarded to those who fundraise above and beyond their $50 registration fee. Visit FurryScurry.org to learn more including, how to fundraise, form a team or to get involved in other ways.

Looking for more reasons to get outside? Check out our list of 2017 fun runs!