Dogs take over Boise for See Spot Walk

BOISE -- Julia Davis Park went to the dogs Saturday.

That s because it was host to the annual See Spot Walk event, which benefits the Idaho Humane Society.

Thousands of canines and their owners packed into the park to meet, have contests, check out fun treats for their dogs, and later, have a parade through downtown Boise.

This is so amazing, said Christine Pierson, the event director. This is our 18th Annual See Spot Walk, and it looks like it's our biggest one ever. We estimate between 3,000 and 3,500 people and their dogs here.

The dogs got the chance to visit too.

They have been very socialized, I guess you could say, said Katie Hart, who brought her dogs to the event. They love it. They love all the other dogs and everything. It's pretty awesome.

Pierson said while the See Spot Walk isn't the Humane Society's largest fundraiser, dollars-wise, it is by far the largest for community involvement.


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