What's On at Animal Aid
Adventure Dog 202 - DATE TBC
We are very sad to announce that in line with advice from the Federal Government relating to gatherings of 500 plus people, Adventure Dog will be postponed from 5th April 2020.
The safety of our participants, staff and volunteers is our number one priority. With the COVID-19 situation moving so rapidly, and with the advice of the Australian Medical Association we are confident this is the correct decision for us and the community more broadly.
The advice from health officials is intended to protect those most vulnerable in our community, slow the rate of infection and keep our health care system from being overburdened. We feel as though it is our responsibility to do our part for our community.
We will be keeping a close eye on the situation as it develops. We intend to have a new date for Adventure Dog 2020 in the next 6 weeks.
To everyone that has registered we will be in touch as soon as we have a new date locked in. We understand there will be individuals who have already registered but cannot attend the revised date, in these cases we will issue refunds for your registration fees. In these unprecedented times we hope you will bear with us while we regroup.
We will keep you all in the loop.
In the meantime, keep safe.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Dog Walking Group - Cancelled Until Further Notice
You can support Animal Aid AND exercise your dog at the same time by participating in the walking group organised by Animal Aid supporters. On the first Saturday of each month, a group meets at a designated point along the Warburton Rail Trail for a walk to help raise funds for shelter animals in need of special veterinary care. Everybody is welcome, whether a dog owner or not. All walks are suitable for prams and strollers, although it can be a little rough in some places. All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. The walk lasts for approximately 2 hours.