The 2nd Annual NY K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk on April 25th in BK Heights

K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk

Make way for the 2nd annual New York K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk in Brooklyn Heights on April 25th!

Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI) just announced their second annual event to promote pet cancer awareness and research with all proceeds going to the Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF).

Approximately 1,000 pet owners and their canines throughout the Tri-State area will complete a 4-kilometer course across the historic Brooklyn Bridge.  Beginning at Cadman Plaza Park in Brooklyn, participants get to take in the breathtaking views of NY landmarks while pets get their daily exercise.

Radio personality Scott Shannon of “Scott and Todd in the Morning Show” on WPLJ 95.5fm will co-host the event – along with a few other special honorary guests.  Plus there will be a variety of pet-related exhibitors on site

So bring your pets, invite your friends, get your animals together and take a stroll for a good cause!

When:  Sunday, April 25th
Check in: 9:00am
Walk begins: 10:00am
Cost: $25 before April 11
$30 after April 11

Registration online at www.petinsurance.com/cancer

Registered participants receive a commemorative event T-shirt, bandana for their pet(s) and post-event refreshments. All registration fees will be donated directly to the ACF; no sponsor donations or pledges are necessary.

For more info about Veterinary Pet Insurance, check out their site, follow them on Twitter, and join their Facebook fanpage!

Everyone be sure to take pictures and send me your photos with as many pets as you can fit in one shot!!  I wanna see the money shot 🙂


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