PetSavers Charity dog walk 2014

Raise money for pets on Earl’s estate

Animal charity PetSavers is excited to announce that registration is now open for its first ever sponsored dog walk – and it is in the most stunning location.

‘Walk your dog for PetSavers’ is a fun stroll through the beautiful grounds of Cirencester Park, Bathurst Estate, by kind permission of the Earl and Duchess of Bathurst, on Sunday 26 October 2014 at 10am.

Dogs and their owners will have the choice of participating in either a three mile or slightly more challenging six mile walk through the picturesque estate. After collecting their medal and goody bag on completion of the walk participants will be able to enjoy delicious refreshments on what the charity hopes to be a perfect autumn day.

PetSavers is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014. In that time it has invested more than two million pounds into ground breaking studies in areas such as cancer research, diabetes and emergency and critical care. The profits raised through the dog walking event will be donated to help continue support clinical research and training programmes designed to improve such conditions. PetSavers will not fund studies that use experimental animals, and we do not support work that involves them.  

Tickets are available at £10.00 per dog.  Registrations close at midnight on Wednesday 22nd October 2014, following which you can register on the day. For further details and to register please visit www.petsavers.org.uk.

PetSavers is a division of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Chairman Pedro Martín Bartolomé says “The support PetSavers gets from its volunteers and fund raisers is truly extraordinary. I am sure that the charity dog walk will be another success for PetSavers and a very rewarding event for all those taking part in it.”