Tough Woofer is back for 2019 and promises to be bigger, better and muddier than before!
We are urging entrants to bring along their wellies for the 5k course at Capesthorne Hall on Sunday, October 20.
More than 400 dogs and owners took part in last year’s first ever canine obstacle course event raising £30,000 for the Hospice!
The fun obstacle circuit is designed for four-legged friends and owners . The route has 15 obstacles, including water, mud and climbing challenges with the first wave leaving at 10 am.
Beth Candy, Events Assistant at the Hospice, said: “Last year’s event was extremely popular and we’re hoping even more dogs and owners will take part this time.
“Owners are telling us they want the course to be even muddier this time. It’s not a competition or a race, but simply about having a good time.
“People can enter with their dog, or by themselves or with family and friends if they don’t have a canine friend to bring along. It’ll be a fantastic family day out with live entertainment and stalls.”
People must be aged eight and over and dogs must be one year or over.
An early bird entrance fee of £30 for a dog/owner, and £20 for people only, applies until Aug 30.
The Hospice say entry fees only cover the cost of staging the event so participants are urged to raise at least £50 in sponsorship. A T-shirt, dog bandana and medals are provided.
To enter go to www.eastcheshirehospice.org.uk/toughwoofer