Sat April 1 - Sun April 30


Lace up your shoes and leash up your pets for Circle of Life's 2023 Pet Stampede!

This fun walk will take place during the month of April from the comfort of your own home. Take a walk with your pet anytime and anywhere you want!  There is no limit on how long or far to walk: enjoy the time with your family and pets!

Proceeds will benefit the Circle of Life's Pet Peace of Mind program. Pet Peace of Mind enriches the quality of life for our hospice patients and the pets they love by helping with veterinary bills, grooming, food, medications, necessary surgeries, and the transition to a loving family when needed. 

COST: $35/person and includes an event t-shirt and pet bandana.

REGISTER: Register any time through April 30th. 

T-SHIRT MAILING: Your T-shirt and pet bandana will be mailed to you starting the first week of April.

SUBMIT PHOTOS: We want to see pictures of your walk! Email pictures to Kelly at and tag us in your social media posts. #COLPetStampede #CircleofLife

PHOTO CONTEST: Send in your walk/pet photo for a chance to win a gift basket full of goodies for your pet, and a month's worth of pet food will be given to a family on our service in your pet's honor. Please send your picture to Kelly at by May 15th.

DONATE: Thank you for considering a donation to further support the Pet Peace of Mind program.

                 $15 Provides One Collar and Leash
                 $35 Provides One Bag of Pet Food
                 $50 Provides One Pet Grooming
                 $100 Provides One Month of Foster Care
                 $150 Provides One Pet Adoption Fee
                 $300 Provides One Veterinary Bill

A special thank you to the companies and organizations we partner with for Pet Peace of Mind:

Dog Party USA, For Pets Sake, Dr. Mark Davis from Davis Animal Hospital

Walk Contact Info

If you have any questions about this walk, click the button below.

Meet Okie!

Okie entered the Pet Peace of Mind program when his owner passed away in 2022. Okie was an outside dog, so he had to learn some inside manners and had to be house-trained. Davis Animal Hospital got Okie caught up on vaccinations and medications, treated his kennel cough, microchipped and neutered him, and lovingly bathed and groomed him. 

We arranged for Okie to be fostered at Dog Party USA while he awaited the perfect family that would meet his needs. Their dog trainer, Neptaly, began working with him on manners, potty training, and leash training. He was a quick learner and thrived in his new environment. It wasn’t long before Neptaly and Okie connected and fell in love. Okie is happy and is enjoying his new home and family.

Thank you for supporting our Pet Peace of Mind program and helping animals, like Okie find a new home.


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