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New Date: TBD
Due to the guidelines and restrictions placed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dog-N-Jog 2020 has been postponed. We will be announcing the new date in the near future!
Additional race information can be found at http://www.dognjogwichita.com/.
For those unfamiliar with Dog-N-Jog, our day consists of two races! We start early with the chip-timed 5k race. All race participants start at the same time, travel through and around Sedgwick County Park and receive medals upon completion of the race.
Our second race begins at 9:30 and is our 1.5 mile Walk-N-Wag! Participants may leisurely stroll through this abbreviated course or run to the finish line! Specific Walk-N-Wag finishers medals will be awarded to these participants as they cross the finish line.
Interested in participating in both? We have dedicated our Tail Chaser Combo to Katie Partridge- a Dog-N-Jog committee member and former Kansas Humane Society employee. Katie excitedly added the “Tail Chaser Combo” to our race day activities as a way to challenge and reward participants who ran in both the 5k and 1.5 mile events! Unfortunately, Katie passed away shortly after the event in 2015. We opted to keep the new addition to the schedule for her. All participants who sign up for Katie’s Tail Chaser Combo will not only receive a 5k and 1.5 mile finisher medal, but also a 3rd Tail Chaser Combo medal!
One of the best aspects of our event is that it’s put on by a local veterinary clinics and 100% of all proceeds are donated to our local Kansas Humane Society!
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