5th or 6th November 2022
Dogs 4 Wildlife Virtual and Supported Walk or Run
The Dogs 4 Wildlife virtual and supported walk (or run) is to honour and fundraise for the training and deployment of anti-poaching dogs to South Africa. Taking place on 5th or 6th November 2022, everyone is able to participate in our event no matter where you live in the UK.
Click on one of the buttons below to learn more and to enter the virtual or supported events.
Dogs 4 Wildlife
Dogs 4 Wildlife are passionate, dedicated animal lovers, with a commitment to species conservation.
Dogs 4 Wildlife aims to provide both quality, highly trained dogs and specialised ranger training for the development of anti-poaching canine units, to protect endangered wildlife. Helping to inspire and motivate the next generation of wildlife protectors, through effective and determined education.
Money raised will go towards….
Anti-Poaching Canine Units
Training and establishing skilled, reliable, and highly effective, anti-poaching canine units.
Advancing the training and equipment of Anti-Poaching rangers.
Projects to advance awareness and education of endangered species to protect biodiversity.
Raising awareness in the UK and Africa for the plight of wildlife and inspire the next generation of wildlife protectors.
Win an Adoption for Indy
We are aiming to raise as much money as possible for Dogs 4 Wildlife so gaining sponsorship for your challenge is actively encouraged.
A fantastic prize is up for grabs for the person who manages to raise the most funds for either the Virtual or Supported Challenge. We are offering an adoption package for Indie – one of Dogs 4 Wildlife’s K9 superstars.
To learn more about sponsoring one of the incredible Dogs 4 Wildlife Anti-Poaching dogs, visit the Adopt a Dog page on their website.
Choose Your Event
Whether it’s joining us on the Imber Range in Wiltshire for the fully supported event or organising your own virtual event, have fun and get your friends involved! Keep fit together and help us to raise funds for this amazing cause!
Please note, you do not need to have a dog to enter the supported event or to organise your own virtual event but dogs are 100% welcome to take part.