Mutt Strut Program 2017

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Hi there! Hunter here. When I first arrived at LHS I was so confused. My owner was so ill he could no longer take care of me. He knew the best place for me to receive the care I needed was at LHS.


Dogs, dogs, dogs, so what about us feisty felines? I was worried, in pain, and hungry when I was picked up and taken to LHS. But the nice people of LHS removed my deformed leg, fattened me up, and spoiled me rotten (as every cat should be)!

Do you believe in second chances? Your Lexington Humane Society sure does! Here are just a few of the animals who are embarking on a new life thanks to our help and your support. These four sweethearts have been through a lot, and thanks to support from our community they have received the second chance they deserve.

My name’s Pelé and I’m a lucky dog to be with LHS. They had to amputate my injured leg, but I am a beast and I was up and playing the very next day, no big deal! The staff and my foster family are taking great care of me. I am one happy pup!

9:00am — 9:45am Event Day Registration/Check-In Fido Fest Begins LHS Gift Shop Shop with Local Vendors and Supporters LHS Doggie Art 10:00am 1-mile Dog-Friendly Walk Begins 10:30am Shop with LHS, Local Vendors and Supporters Ice Cream Party for Your Pups Giveaways 11:00am Announce Top Fundraiser and Team Prizes 1:00pm Event concludes Thank you for your support!

Table Vendors:

Well, you would never know it looking at me now, but I was once homeless and helpless. My stunning blue eye matted shut from months of neglect. Luckily I found my way to LHS where they cleaned me up, treated my pain, and stitched up the deep wounds caused by such severe matting. 3

Thank you for joining your Lexington Humane Society as we strut our stuff to raise money for the animals we love so much. Mutt Strut is one of our largest events of the year and the money raised comes at a critical time when the number of animals in need of our help is at its highest. Once again Fido Fest follows the strut. Please hang around after the walk to enjoy food, fun, and lots of Fidos. Thank you for helping us celebrate all things LHS and for helping us Give Love, Teach Love, and Adopt Love. President

2017 Board of Directors Anne Gorham, Chairman Rick Maynard, Vice Chairman Heather Sinclair, Treasurer Phil Lawson, Secretary Anita Britton, Ron Brown, Steve Cecil, Billie J. Dollins, Holly Fox, Steve Gates, Rick Hartley, Clayton Harvey, Karen Hendren, Melissa Hicks, Bret Melrose, Robyn Miller, Karen Mossman, Jody Shoup, Mara Tugel, Katherine Toms Wade, W. Logan Wilson

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For safety, please park in the designated parking area adjacent to barn 2. No event parking is allowed at event site. (See below for event map.) If you qualified for an event T-shirt or prizes, stop by the prize and T-shirt table before you leave. Registration and event festivities will begin at 9am with the 1-mile walk at 10am. The pup ice cream party will begin at 10:30am. The LHS Kids Corner will feature face painting, fun activities, and games for all ages. Be sure to check out our LHS merchandise. 100% of the proceeds benefit our animals. Say hello to our adoptable animals like Harold! They are walking around with trained volunteers and strutting their stuff! Two water stops will be available along the course for you and your dog. Stay tuned to the LHS Facebook Page to see photos from today’s event!

Thank you to our 2017 Triple Crown Sponsors. The following businesses and individuals support our mission as well as our three signature events. Please support these animal-friendly businesses!




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