Oro Valley hosting Doggie Dash ‘n Dawdle run/walk and dog festiv - Tucson News Now

Oro Valley hosting Doggie Dash ‘n Dawdle run/walk and dog festival

(Source: Oro Valley Parks and Recreation) (Source: Oro Valley Parks and Recreation)
ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Looking for a fun outdoor activity that you can do with your dog?  Oro Valley has just the event for you with the 2016 Doggie Dash 'n Dawdle this weekend. 

On Saturday, Oct. 29 dog owners are encouraged to bring their pups to run or walk in this annual event at Riverfront Park (551 West Lambert Lane).  

There is a free festival from 9 a.m. to noon and will include prizes, dog crafts, a dog costume contest, as well as training demos, local dog organizations and much more. 

Check out last year's festival (below):

For the exercise enthusiast there is the two-mile Doggie Dash run/walk that begins at 8:45 a.m. Two miles too much, there is a one-mile Doggie Dawdle run/walk beginning at 9 a.m.  The race will be timed, with the top three finishers receiving a prize.  

While the festival is free, there is a fee to dash or dawdle, which is $20 and you can register online by clicking here or visiting orovalleyaz.gov/parksandrec

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