DOG JOG NEWS RELEASE
The Los Alamos Dog Jog is happening on Saturday, April 29 at Rover Park Blvd in White Rock!
Race check-in at 8:00-8:40 a.m.
3.1-mile race starts at 9:00 a.m.
2 -mile fun walk/run at 9:01 a.m.
Entry fees per family: $25 first adult or child 12 years or older; $15 each additional adult or child 12 years or older; $5 each child 11 years and under (child-sized T-shirts with $5 registration).
The T-shirt design was created by our logo winner Alyssa Sanders.
Directions: From Hwy. 502, take State Route 4 to White Rock, turn left onto Rover Blvd. (at the traffic light), continue to Rover Park.
If you pre-registered race check-in and T-shirt and informational packet pick-up time will be from 8:00-8:40 a.m. on April 30, 2022 at Rover Park.
Race day registration will have the entry fees as stated above, but T-shirts may need to be mailed. One informational packet will be provided per family if requested; all entrants will receive a T-shirt (colored shirts for adults, white for children) unless “none” is requested. Special goodies will be awarded for shelter and rescue dogs.
Prizes will be awarded to first through third place winners for female and male runners with dogs in the 3.1- mile competitive run. Other awards and prizes will be given for dogs over 10 years and other (fun!) categories. Call 660-1648 with any questions.
Dog Rules and Safety:
All dogs must be on a 6 foot or shorter leash at all times. Please do not feed your dog for 90 minutes before or after the Dog Jog to help prevent bloat (twisting of stomach, a potentially fatal problem). Also, no bicycles, roller blades, or skateboards as many dogs react unpredictably around these methods of transportation. Wheelchairs and baby strollers are welcome. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult, although the adult does not have to register. You do not need to have a dog to join in the fun!
This event is coordinated by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club, Pajarito K9 Search and Rescue, and the Atomic City Roadrunners as a fundraising benefit for the Friends of Shelter and Companion Animals.
ROVER PARK ROCKS!