NEWS & EVENTS

Tails on the Trails, Charity Dog Walk News & Events, Tri-City Medical Center

Saturday 5/19, 9am-12pm

Mance Buchanon Municipal Park

425 College Blvd, Oceanside, CA 92057

 

Registration:

$20 per dog

Register day of at the Charity Event (Registration Opens @8am) or you can register online at tailsonthetrails.eventbrite.com 

 

About

The event is an opportunity for dog owners to stay healthy and active by spending a fun day walking their dog(s) in the park. (For those who are more adventurous you can also walk/bike down the San Luis Ray Trail to the beach for a 7.2 mile walk one-way).

  • Learn about Tri-City Medical Center’s Pet Therapy Program
  • Explore unique pet vendor and information booths
  • Watch Exciting K-9 demonstrations
  • Speak with rescue groups & pet adoption groups
  • Enjoy live music and food
  • Fun games for the dogs and agility course
  • Meet the trainer
  • Trick Demonstration

Who Benfits

Proceeds benefit the Tri-City Hospital Auxiliary to raise funds for the Tri-City Medical Center’s Pet Therapy Program and scholarships for the Junior Volunteers, the Special Care Foundations for Companions Animals for cancer research, Tender Loving Canine Assistance Dogs for Wounded Warriors, and the Oceanside and Carlsbad K-9 units for dog training and supplies. Our goal is to support these worthy organizations in North San Diego County and Love on the Leash North County.

 

Tri-City Hospital Auxiliary

Our Volunteers contribute so much to Tri-City Medical Center. We have a dynamic team of over 450 active volunteers ranging in ages from 15-90 + who generously share their time and expertise in over 40 areas at the medical center and off campus locations. They enrich our hospital experience by providing valuable support services for our patients, families, visitors, staff, and assist the medical center in  its mission of promoting the health and well-being of the community.

COVID-19 Update | Temporary Center Closure

While there are currently no known cases of COVID-19 among both members and staff, Tri-City Wellness & Fitness Center is temporarily closed to reduce risks related to the spread of COVID-19.

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