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Your Million Paws Walk Checklist

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  • RSPCA Australia
  • Wednesday, 17 May 2017

RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk is happening all around Australia THIS SUNDAY, which means it is time to get excited AND organised.

We’ve put together a handy checklist to help ensure you have the best doggy day out possible with your poochie pals.

Million Paws Walk Checklist
Dog (vaccinated & in good health)✔
Collar with contact details/name tags✔
Lead as all dogs must be on a lead at all times✔
Poop Bags✔
Dog Treats✔
Hat & Sunscreen✔
Walking Shoes✔
e-ticket or registration money✔
Water for you and your dog✔
A smile✔
A warm and fuzzy feeling from knowing you’re helping all creatures great and small ✔

You can find important details on your local walk at www.millionpawswalk.com.au

***We encourage you to check your dog is fully vaccinated before the walk. If you are unsure, contact your vet.

If your dog is unwell on the day, give the walk a miss, as your dog won’t enjoy themselves if they are feeling sick.

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