Event Details

Join us for our 3rd annual Pet Walk Door County on Saturday, September 10th!

Location: Sunset Park, located at 747 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay.

Walk Start Time: 9:30 a.m. (Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.)

8:30 a.m.: Registration & prize pick-up begins!

Turn in all donations & receive your prizes!
Day-of registration opens
Start visiting our vendors and exhibitors
Entertainment begins

9:20 a.m.: Welcome & announcements

9:30 a.m.: Walk starts!

Enjoy a beautiful 1-mile walk through the park
If your pup needs additional exercise, attendees are welcome to do the route more than once.

10:00 a.m.: Our post-walk festival begins!

Vendors & exhibitor booths
Prize Wheel
50/50 raffle
Let Fido play in our Doggie Splash Zone!
Interactive games for your pup
Games & activities for the whole family!
And so much more!

10:30 a.m. Doggie Costume Contest

Strut your stuff on our "catwalk" to compete for best costume voted on by the audience!

11:00 a.m. Pet Walk festival ends

Event Rules:

All participating dogs must be currently licensed with proof of their Rabies (if over 4 months of age), Distemper, and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines.  Please check your records because even if you adopted from us, you may not have all the vaccinations required.  If an incident occurs, you must be able to produce proof in a reasonable amount of time.

For safety reasons, retractable leashes or electric collars will NOT be allowed.  Dogs must be kept on a leash at ALL times, with no exceptions. Leashes should be no more than six feet in length while on the walk.

Female dogs in heat are not permitted.

Participants are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs during the entire event.

Event officials and WHS staff reserve the right to refuse entry to any dog whose behavior could be dangerous to others.  Please use good judgment regarding the temperament of your dog so that this event will be safe and enjoyable for everyone.

No bikes, skateboards, rollerblades, etc. are permitted for safety reasons.

Baby strollers are permitted. Be sure that you and your dog are conditioned and in proper health for this event.