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Dog 'N' Jog
5K, 10K, 1 Mile
Sat, Feb 21, 2015
About This Activity
This run is hosted by the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2016 and the Students for One Health club who are working together to improve animal health with this "Outrun Obesity" event. The runs will be followed by health fair on the Gladys Valley Hall patio with booths from student and community organizations promoting animal health and veterinary medicine. Proceeds from the race registration will be split between the Class of 2016 and Students for One Health club for events, volunteer animal health projects, and student veterinary board exams.
Event details and schedule
8:00 am Check-in begins and registrants must check-in to receive their running bib and T-shirt if one was purchased and fill out a waiver of liability. Check-in will close at 8:30 am.
8:30 am Kid's Fun Run start time
9:00 am 10K start time
9:15 am 5K start time
Location: Start and Finish is at Gladys Valley Hall ("Valley" on the parking map). Roads into the parking lots are Garrod Drive or Health Sciences Drive.
Parking: Lot 50 or 56 at UC Davis (see link for map). Parking is free on the weekend. http://taps.ucdavis.edu/parking/information/maps
Bring: Idenitifcation, water, a canine running partner if you want.
Wear: Running clothes and shoes suited to mild cool temperature.
Course: The race course is in development and more information will be sent prior to the race about the route. Water stations will be in place along the route and it will be a well marked course.
Other: Water and snacks will be provided to runners at the finish. The health fair will take place at the location of the finish line at Gladys Valley Hall. Participating dogs need a copy of current vaccine records for Rabies and Parvo to be shown at check-in. Dogs with missing vaccine records will not be permitted to race. NO refunds will be given for those unable to race because of missing records. All canine running companions should be well behaved around people and other dogs, any dog fighting with other dogs will be asked to leave the race/premises. This is for the safety of all human and canine participants.