Gardere Employees to Participate in the SPCA of Texas Strut Your Mutt Event

8 a.m.-noon CDT
Join your friends at Gardere on Saturday, May 16 for the SPCA of Texas 10th Annual Strut Your Mutt event in Dallas. This is one of the most popular fun runs for charity in Texas. Thousands of animal lovers and their pets will walk, run, roll and stroll the Continental Bridge, enjoying food, music, kids’ activities and exciting booths. It is all to help the SPCA of Texas rescue, heal and find homes for tens of thousands of North Texas animals.

The SPCA of Texas is the leading animal welfare agency in North Texas. In 2015, the organization will care for more than 8,000 homeless and abused animals, and will provide veterinary care and spay or neuter surgeries for more than 46,000 pets. All funds raised at the Strut Your Mutt event will go towards supporting these efforts.

Registration is available online and also onsite the day of the event, and includes all activities, food and a t-shirt. Kids 11 and under are free. For additional information, including registration options, click here. To learn more about the SPCA of Texas, click here.

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