2021 Team Up for Tails Virtual Walk supporting Foothills Animal Rescue
2021 Team Up for Tails Virtual Walk

About Team Up for Tails 2021

Foothills Animal Rescue's Team Up for Tails (TUFT) Virtual Walk will take place Saturday, May 1, 2021. Join animal lovers from across the Valley as they lace up their shoes, leash up their pets and walk to help homeless dogs and cats!

You choose the route, the distance and time you wish to walk. Grab friends, neighbors or co-workers and put together a TUFT team.

Be sure to take photos of you and your pet during your walk and share them on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #TeamUpForTails

With your $35 ticket purchase, you'll receive:

- Event T-shirt

- Event Bib

- Event Medal

Raise $50 and we'll throw in a bandana for your pup! PLUS, for every $50 you raise, you'll be entered into the drawing for our event prize package!

You'll find a list of fun and simple ways to raise money for the walk by visiting the Resources section of this site.

View resources by clicking here!


Starts at:  April 30, 2021 11:00 PM
Ends at:  May 1, 2021 11:00 PM




Melissa Gable

Why Participate?

As a walker in our Team Up for Tails virtual walk, you have the power to change a life. Your support and the dollars you raise will benefit the dogs and cats in our care. Enrichment toys, games and activities reduce stress and keep our shelter pets mentally healthy while waiting for their adoptive families.

View our Enrichment video to learn how important enrichment is to our animal's well being.

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your participation in the Team Up for Tails Virtual Walk will help raise funds to support FAR's lifesaving adoption program. You are giving a second chance to shelter pets like Oliver. Found under a bush and brought to our Brynne Smith Memorial Campus with a mysterious gash on his head, the tiny kitten was sent to a foster home and has now found his forever family. 

Your $35 registration fee provides two bags of high-quality kibble for the dogs and cats at our shelter. Some of the animals in our care are used to searching for and eating scraps of food off the streets. Now at FAR, they are fed a consistent and nutritious meal to help keep them healthy and happy.

Thanks to our generous sponsors