Usually having a dog, half the effort is making sure they don’t get in those awkward muddy puddles. But this incredible event encourages quite the opposite – and will be a day to remember for you and your pooch!
The Muddy Dog Challenge is a 2.5km or 5km obstacle course that you and your doggo can do together!
Fancy getting stuck in the mud in a series of challenges with your furry friend?
Well, not only is this event such could fun and the muddiest you’ll ever be, but it also helps raise money for thousands of lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats.
Make sure you bring some towels for the car, as it looks like it’ll be a messy one.
All for a good cause, your dog will have the day of its life as it takes on a 5k obstacle course full of fun obstacles for you both to tackle. You’ll both be helping dogs that aren’t as lucky to have found a loving home.
Yes, you and your best mate can enjoy a day of ecstasy as you tackle this award-winning obstacle course, which is the first of its kind where racers can take part with their dog.
Created by Gladiator events with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home back in 2015, the race earns so much for the cause. It raised a huge £1,000,000 in the 2019 season alone, which is incredible.
If you think that you and your pooch can handle it, it is going ahead on the 8th of October at Harewood House, Leeds. Tickets are limited, so make sure that you act fast and get signed up now before it’s too late.
First aid and veterinary cover will also be available on the day. It’s £45 to sign up with your dog, £35 to sign up if you just want to run and enjoy other people’s dogs and £5 for children to enter. If you sign up, the aim is to try and raise over £100 for the charity. If you sign up now there is a 20% off deal for a limited time.
Adult participants must be aged 18 years or above on event day, and any children aged 8–17 must be accompanied by an adult, also taking part. Dog competitors must be 1 year or older on the event day.
Registration for Muddy Dog Challenge Leeds closes on Sunday 12th September. If the event reaches capacity we will close registrations early. Visit their website here for more information and to sign up.
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