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WoofTrax App Lets You Walk a Dog to Raise Money for Animal Shelters. Using the "Walk for a Dog" app, you can help funnel funds into the right paws by doing nothing more than walking a dog -- yours or a virtual one.
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Walking a dog is both good for the health of the pet and its owner.
Raise money for your local animal organization while keeping your pet fit.
You give your dog a treat every time the two of you go on a walk. Why not give the local animal shelter a treat, too? That's the premise of Walk for a Dog, a smartphone app that donates money to an animal shelter of your choosing every time you walk your dog. (Read more …)
Imagine every time you take your dog for a walk, you are helping other dogs with every step! A new app does that and it doesn’t cost you a penny. It’s called “WoofTrax – Walk for a Dog.” Dog owners download the app and it tracks your walk. The more you use it, the more money goes to an animal shelter or rescue group of your choice. Jason Venini of Delaware County SPCA says, “It’s a great way to give back to your local shelter by doing what you are already doing. You’re just walking your dog – all you have to do is open the app.” (Read more …)
With a leashed greyhound in each hand, Pamela Buck has always done a lot of walking around her Clayton neighborhood. But since August, Buck has found herself adding even more walks to her daily repertoire. The 57-year old walks on lunch breaks, walks with friends and walks on weekend mornings. (Read more …)
If you have a dog or are a dog walker it’s a must that you download the Walk for a Dog app! Every time you take a dog for a walk, turn on the app, for every mile you walk the WoofTrax company will donate to the local animal shelter or organization of your choice. The next time you are dreading getting off the couch and going for a long walk with your dog, just remember you are doing something healthy for the both of you and you’re helping out less fortunate dogs at shelters! (Read more …)
Yeah. I know. It’s a struggle. You’ve got to find time, you’ve got to find energy, and likely, it’s not exactly your favorite thing to do. But if you ask a vet, trainer, or shelter care worker what their single biggest dog care issue is, the true importance of overcoming that struggle really becomes clear. What one factor contributes to obesity, diabetes, troubled mobility, and behavioral issues in dogs? I’m guessing you have your suspicions, so go ahead and say it with me – too little walk time… (Read more...)
This Wednesday’s blog post is literally “for the dogs.” As I’ve previously mentioned, the blog will cover a variety of subjects near and dear to me so this week it’s all about Walk for a Dog app by WoofTrax.
The big picture is that you exercise, use the app and donate miles to support an animal shelter. You don’t spend any money except for probably having to buy new walking, hiking or running shoes. If you’re like me, you’ll get extremely motivated to get out there and log miles for the shelter pooches… (Read more...)