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Great North Dog Walk in South Shields

Great North Dog Walk Topiary  Sculpture of the Running Dog

8:21am 7th February 2018

The world's largest dog walk is heading to South Shields again.

The Great North Dog Walk will be setting off from the finishing point of the Great North Run.

Now in its 28th year, over 30 thousand dogs and their owners helped to raise money for charity in 2017.

Founder and organiser is Tony Carlisle:

Tony Carlisle Great North Dog Walk

The event takes place in June off the Coast Road.

185 breeds took part in the charity walk last year.

Tony tells Sun FM it is always well supported by the people of Sunderland.

To find out more go to Tony website Great North Dog Walk.


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