The Crossings Animal Sanctuary, Inc. will host the 5th Annual Tail Waggers Strut at Shady Brook Farm on Saturday, May 2, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The proceeds will be used exclusively to acquire land, build, and operate Bucks County’s first no-kill animal sanctuary. The event's goal is 1,000 walkers, who will help raise $100,000.
Over 100 vendors will exhibit crafts, jewelry, and pet products and service at the festival field at Shady Brook Farm, the staging area for the Strut. Special events will occur throughout the day, including dog training and agility demonstrations, “Ask the Vet” featuring Lilli Kusiak, DVM, owner of Indian Walk Veterinary Center; The Blessing of the Animals; massages for tired dogs (and walkers); and pet photos.
The Tail Waggers Strut will include a 2-mile walk for elementary school children, called “Kids Can, Too!” (see below). This walk aims to teach young children the value of community service and that they can accomplish great things through positive action. Students can walk as a school team of 50 or more, can create teams of 10-15 kids, or can walk with an adult. “Kids Can, Too!” brochures, registration forms and pledge forms are available along the right-hand side of this web page.
Adults and teens can walk as individuals or participate in teams of 10-15. Participants can also walk as a Family. Prizes will be awarded for the individuals and teams in each age group/category that raise the most pledge money. Walkers Brochures, team registration forms and pledge forms are also available online.
For further information regarding the 2nd Annual Tail Waggers Strut, you may also contact The Crossings Animal Sanctuary by calling (215) 321-4673.
This fun and exciting event will be held from 9:00am - 4:00pm on October 13th, 2013 at Neshaminy State Park, located in Bensalem along the Delaware River in Lower Bucks County, PA.
Registration is now open. Sign up today and start fundraising!