Furry Friends 5k Paw


Date: June 3, 2018

New Location for 2018

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Furry Friends 5k Paw 


Date: June 10, 2018

Exciting new event this year.

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 Furry Friends 5k Paw


Date: Oct 21, 2018

We are back in 2018!

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 Furry Friends 5k Paw

Angus Glen

Date: Nov 3, 2018

New in 2018!

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Caring For Animals In Need

Supporting Animal Rescue

The Furry friends 5k charity event was created to support local animal rescue organizations, shelters and humane groups.  This is the 8th year and the event has raised over $250,000. Donate or pledge a participant on the event pages.  If you prefer to keep track of pledges offline you can download the pledge sheet.

Homeward Bound Rescue

Homeward Bound Rescue

Homewardbound Rescue is a small scale dog rescue group dedicated to rescuing dogs in need. We love the Flat Faced Dogs! This comprises of Bulldogs, Pugs, Boxers, Mastiffs, Bostons and many others. We also take in other breeds when there's a need to help other rescue organizations when they are full.

All dogs are spayed/neutered, vaccinated/health checked and micro chipped before adoption.

Our dogs are more often than not are owner surrenders, puppy mills and local shelters.

Standard Poodles in Need

Standard Poodles in Need

Standard Poodles In Need, Rescue & Re-home (SPIN) is a Canadian non-profit, foster-based organization primarily concerned with the welfare of homeless or unwanted standard poodles but also with the welfare of toy poodles, mini-poodles and poodle mixes.

Speaking of Dogs Rescue

Speaking of Dogs Rescue

Speaking of Dogs Rescue Program (SODR) is a registered charity run solely by volunteers. SODR is an all-breed rescue with a focus on senior dogs that is dedicated to assisting dogs from shelters and, when space permits, helping dogs who are surrendered by their owner.  Our dogs are lovingly cared for in foster homes until we find well-matched forever homes.  All dogs entering our rescue are spayed or neutered and have all their medical needs attended to (e.g. heartworm test, bloodwork, vaccines, microchipped, dewormed and often our older friends need dentals). Our adoption process entails a written application, a telephone interview, reference and veterinary checks and an in-home visit. We are committed to placing our dogs in homes that are responsible, caring and compassionate. We actively fundraise in an effort to help cover rescue related costs such as medical care, grooming, boarding, food and supplies (such as microchips, collars, harnesses and leashes). We are always in search of new foster homes where a dog can be cared for and loved until a permanent home is found. Adopt one of our dogs today!

Procyon Wildlife

Procyon Wildlife

Procyon Wildlife is dedicated to working with our communities in an effort to help wild animals in need of care. Our goals are to rescue, rehabilitate and safely release these animals, and to promote public appreciation for wildlife preservation.

St. John’s Ambulance

St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog Program

Therapy dog services are provided in a wide range of community settings such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Seniors residences and care facilities
  • Schools, universities and colleges
  • Community centres and libraries

The therapy dog program provides an opportunity for individuals to:

  • Talk with the volunteer and the dog
  • Feel, touch, pet and cuddle the dog
  • Receive unconditional love from the dog
  • Carry-out or practice an activity in the presence of the dog

The program offers many benefits, improving quality of lives.  Some of the reported benefits include: 

  • Greater social engagement with individuals/residents talking more, participating more in activities, and smiling more
  • Stress relief and distraction from pain
  • Comfort and calming 
  • Improved self-confidence and esteem
Burlington Humane Society

Burlington Humane Society

The Burlington Humane Society is Ontario’s leading no-kill shelter.  We provide food, shelter and medical attention to stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats in Burlington and surrounding area.  We then find forever homes for all our animals.  We operate solely on donations and the kindness of the community as we do not receive any government funding.  With a dedicated group of over 400 volunteers, we care for and adopt out over 600 animals each year.  We also provide education opportunities through our Burlington Humane Kids Club and our podcast “Burlington Humane”.  To find out more about Burlington Humane Society, we are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or visit our website at www.burlingtonhumane.ca.

Caledon Animal Services

Caledon Animal Services

The Town of Caledon Animal Services is responsible for the care of lost or stray animals.  Our adoption program seeks to find homes for healthy cats and dogs in our care.vvIt also enforces animal-related Town by-laws and other provincial regulations by responding to animal related complaints and concerns, including barking dogs, stray and injured animals, dog bites and animals causing a safety risk, including loose or stray livestock. 

Title Sponsors

The event would be impossible without the support of our sponsors.  Thank you each and every one for your continued support and contributions.  Contact us if you are interested in becoming a sponsor

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Our Team


Caron Shepley

Race Director

Alisons dog

Allison Hansen

Race Director

Judys dog

Judy Tresise

Volunteer Coordinator