See Spot Walk supporting Idaho Humane Society
See Spot Walk

About See Spot Walk

The Idaho Humane Society is celebrating our 30th annual See Spot Walk fundraising walk, and we are beyond excited to be back in person on:

Saturday, October 1st at Julia Davis Park at 10 AM

As the chill of fall brightly paints the leaves, we invite you to join in the fun of this community tradition! You will have the opportunity to engage with other dog enthusiasts, sample dog-related goodies from our vendors, purchase a tasty beverage and delicious eats from local establishments, and set out on the 1 mile dog walk. All while helping the Idaho Humane Society in its mission to advocate for the responsible care and welfare of animals in the Treasure Valley and beyond.

You are a vital part of Idaho Humane Society's fundraising efforts, allowing us to serve over 10,000 animals in need every year. This year's registration will also allow you to share your participation with your online community and generate even more funds for these pawsome pets. 

​Don't miss this opportunity to share in the energizing experience with your four-legged fur friends and family members of all ages. Every registrant will walk away with a legendary See Spot Walk t-shirt; we also have limited-edition hoodies available!

​We are currently offering EARLY BIRD pricing with the coupon code: FALL -- so grab your tickets early and save some cash.

Use COUPON CODE: FALL through 8/15

Please contact events@idahohumanesociety.org with any questions.

Date

Starts at:  October 1, 2022 11:00 AM
Ends at:  October 1, 2022 2:00 PM

Location

Julia Davis Park
700 South Capitol Boulevard
Boise,ID 83702 USA

Contact

Amy Schultz
(208) 475-0883
events@idahohumanesociety.org

Why Participate?

Your support makes a difference for homeless animals. 

We cannot do the work we do without friends like you. Please consider setting up a peer-to-peer fundraiser to earn some great prizes and IHS swag! 

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your support helps dogs all over Idaho like Molly. 


Mollie came to us from an underserved community in Idaho needing veterinary care. She had sustained a femur fracture and was littered with metal ammunition fragments. Unfortunately, the fracture was old, and her leg was affected by chronic scarring along with sustained damage to her thigh muscles. Due to the improper healing and the amount of ammunition remaining in her leg, we made the decision to amputate so she could live a comfortable life.

This sweet girl recovered well and made her way to the adoption floor where she was adopted just hours later! She has a new lease on life thanks to our wonderful donors. Please keep our homeless pets in mind so that we can share kindness with those most vulnerable not only in the Treasure Valley, but in rural areas across Idaho with limited resources. Together we can give them new chapters in life filled with love and happiness.



Thank you for your support!