DogFest Walk 'N Roll


Sep 9, 2018
08:00 AM until 11:30 AM


Grab your friends, family and dogs and head to NTC Park at Liberty Station in San Diego on September 9 for the 5th annual DogFest Walk 'N Roll San Diego benefiting Canine Companions for Independence. Furry friends and families are invited to join the walk and enjoy a day of fun, festivities, graduate speakers, dog demonstrations, music, food and more! Registration is free. DogFest San Diego is celebrating the community of people and dogs that make it possible for Canine Companions to place assistance dogs with children, adults and veterans free of charge. These highly-trained assistance dogs make a profound impact through the jobs they do, including opening doors, picking up dropped items, alerting to sounds and much more. Join the fun on September 9! It is really easy to participate and you can do so by registering online at You can sign up as an individual or can also start a team and encourage your friends, family and coworkers to join. More info here: .




View map NTC Park at Liberty Station
2455 Cushing Road
San Diego, CA

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