Compete in one of the UK’s biggest obstacle courses with your dog
Pet owners can take on the challenge of a 2.5km or 5km obstacle course with their dog by their side next month.
the Muddy dog challenge is described as a day of mud, sweat and cheers and can be faced with friends and family as a team or solo.
Whether you’re a fitness fanatic or just looking for a fun day out, feel like running, or prefer to take a walk, the challenge encourages humans and their four-legged friends to participate and raise funds to help. take care of dogs and cats at Battersea.
Hayley Chow, spokesperson for the charity, explained: “The Muddy Dog Challenge is one of the UK’s biggest obstacle courses that you can participate in with your dog.
“Participants will face a variety of obstacles including ball pools, mud tunnels and more water. Some of these obstacles are for both humans and dogs to overcome, others only for humans during let your dog watch and take care of a volunteer! “
Battersea welcomed its first stray dog in 1860 and since then has continued to place animals at the center of everything we do.
Over three million animals later, the association is still working tirelessly to achieve its vision that every dog and cat should live in a home where they are treated with love, care and respect.
By participating, you will help them bring love and care to the thousands of lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats in their care.
The course is located just 15 miles south of Manchester city center in the beautiful Ashley Hall exhibition grounds in Altrincham on September 25 between 10am and 4pm.
All participants will receive a Muddy Dog Challenge t-shirt and a bandana for your dog to wear on the day.
When completed, you will receive a tag and your dog will receive a rosette to wear in style.
Team Dogs is a community for dog lovers who want to make the most of their relationship with their best friend.
First aid and veterinary coverage will also be available the same day.
At their last event, in 2019, more than 8,200 runners and their dogs competed in Muddy Dog Challenges across the country to raise money for Battersea.
The association is asking each participant to set a goal of £ 100 to raise funds although there is no goal for children.
You can take a look at them fundraising tips for ideas and inspiration.
Registration for the Muddy Dog Challenge Manchester ends on September 5th and will end if the event reaches capacity.
An adult registering with a dog will cost £ 45 and without a dog £ 35. Children’s registration is priced at £ 5.
Adult participants must be 18 years of age or older on the day of the event, and any child between the ages of 8 and 17 must be accompanied by a participating adult as well.
Canine competitors must be 1 year or older on the day of the event.