The Dash 5K & Doggie Run – November TBA, 2017
Sunday, November TBA, 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Doggie Fun Run-8:00am
The Dash 5K- 8:30am
Rock Creek Park
16th & Kennedy NW
The Dash 5K is a challenging 5K through scenic Rock Creek Park. The Dash 5K begins with a steep, challenging hill down Kennedy Street NW and then follows Beach Drive through Rock Creek Park.
Dash 5K Registration – $30 through 7/31; $35 through 9/30; $40 through 11/4
Doggie Run/Walk – $20 through 7/31; $25 through 9/30; $30 through 11/4
Dash 5K & Doggie Run Package – $45 through 7/31; $55 through 9/30; $65 through 11/4
Registration Opening Soon
The Dash 5K packet pickup will be available the morning of the race. All participants must pick up their packets prior to the race start between 7:30 a.m. and 8:15 a.m.
Team Captains: Click “Register Now” and select the Team Captain category to create your team.
Team Members: Click “Register Now”, choose the Team Member category and select you team name from the drop down list to register.
Doggie Run Details
Well-behaved canines may participate with their owners in the 1 mile Doggie Run/Walk. Water bowls and treats for the canines will be provided at the start/finish area. All owners will be required to start with a “doggy disposal bag” (provided at the start area) and will be required to pick up after their canines. The start/finish area will have disposal containers for the bags.
Race day you and your dog dress up for the Doggie Fun Run/Walk. Awards will be given on a number of categories.
More About Our Event Partner
The Washington Animal Rescue League, founded in 1914, opened the first animal shelter in Washington, D.C. for stray and abused dogs, cats, and horses. Through the shelter, the League also provided free veterinary care for those who could not afford it and held an annual Christmas food drive for companion animals and working horses. Mission: The mission of the Washington Animal Rescue League is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home animals who have nowhere else to go. We are committed to strengthening and preserving the human-animal bond by supporting animals in their homes through affordable veterinary care, community outreach, and education. The Washington Animal Rescue League is known not only for its long history of compassionate care for animals, but for its innovative shelter, which is designed to promote the physical, emotional, and social healing of animals recovering from past traumas, and for the progressive programs that benefit animals and the community.