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Nevada SPCA hosts ‘Neon Dog Walk’ in Las Vegas on October 22

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — Dog lovers and their four-legged friends are invited to don their glow-in-the-dark accessories and step out for the Nevada SPCA’s second annual Neon Dog Walk in October.

According to a press release, the organization will be hosting its Neon Dog Walk from 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, October 22.

As part of the festivities, participants will take part in a 1.7-mile family walk (or optional extended 3.1-mile trail) around the Dune Loop in Sunset Park at sunset.

Walk participants and their dogs are encouraged to wear glow-in-the-dark accessories to light up the trail, organizers say.

The Nevada SPCA notes that dogs must be leashed, are friendly, vaccinated, and well-behaved.

Early Bird is $35 per person for adults through 11:59 p.m. Friday, September 9 with code: EARLYBIRD (children 12 and under are free, strollers welcome). The regular price will be $45 per person. For more information visit:

The Nevada SPCA says the first 600 walk participants to register online will receive a “hustle bag” and a commemorative event t-shirt.

The organization says funds raised at the Neon Dog Walk through registration fees and individual donations will help provide medical care for sick and injured pets and support the Nevada SPCA’s overall mission to reduce homelessness. shelter and animal suffering in southern Nevada.

“We are excited to be back for our second year and to make this a fun annual tradition for families and their dogs in Las Vegas. We are growing this event and hope to make it bigger and better every year,” said Lori Heeren, executive director of the Nevada SPCA. “As a local, independent, non-profit shelter, everything we do to support homeless pets is made possible through the generous support of our community.”