Dirty Dog Tail Run 2017: the event putting dogs' happiness first

The first Dirty Dog Tail Run was held in the Coopernook State Forest last year. Photo: Supplied.

The first Dirty Dog Tail Run was held in the Coopernook State Forest last year. Photo: Supplied.

DOGS love the great outdoors, they explore, they sniff, they get a little bit dirty, but most of all they are at their happiest.

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The Dirty Dog Tail Run give hounds and humans the opportunity to get outside and adventure together with a bunch of other dog lovers.

Presented by Fully Rad Adventures the 5km walk or run will take place at the Great Lakes Paddocks (winery) in Wootton on April 29.

Fully Rad Adventure Co-Director Danielle Donnelly said the event has been designed around the dog’s happiness and welfare. Additionally, a percentage of ticket prices goes towards animal welfare charity Sweetpea Animal Hospital.

“It’s about promoting responsible pet ownership and showing that having fun with your dog and taking them on adventures is a major part of taking the best care of them possible,” Danielle said

Every dog will receive a goodie bag with a race bib, a Dirty Dog Tail Run medal and bandana and doggie treats, as well as refreshments along the course.

After the run, the day will transform into a fun day with obstacle courses for dogs, Beerdog’s Brewhouse ‘beer’ for dogs and a pooch smooch kissing booth.

The humans will be kept equally as happy with great food and wine supplied by the Great Lakes Paddocks team at the winery. There will also be live music.

Fully Rad Adventures is an outdoor event company with a passion for getting people outside and amongst it.

Tickets are available now at: http://www.dirtydogtailrun.com.au/

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