• Sunday, May 1, 2022
  • 12 Kilometers (7.46 miles)
  • Spokane, Washington
  • 46th Running

Bloomsdog

Bloomsdog Logo 2021

Bloomsdog is back for 2022! Wildly popular and a doggone good time in 2021, Bloomsdog is available for purchase by those participating in Virtual Bloomsday 2022 with their pup(s).

Important: Bloomsdog is only for runners and walkers who will complete their 7.46-mile trek from their own location (Virtual Bloomsday), as dogs are not permitted on the official Bloomsday course in Spokane during the in-person race.

This year’s $20 Bloomsdog race kit includes:

• Bloomsdog running bandana with Bloomsdog logo

• Bloomsdog souvenir race number

• Bloomsdog post-race snack

• $5 donation to Spokane Humane Society!

The Bloomsdog kit is only available for purchase when registering for Virtual Bloomsday. The kit contents are pictured below:


Bloomsdog Race Kit
 

Bloomsdog Logo

Spokane Humane Society Clip

www.spokanehumanesociety.org

Mission: The mission of the Spokane Humane Society is to enrich the lives of animals and their companions through Support, Education, Advocacy and Love (SEAL).

Vision: Our vision is that Spokane would be a humane community in which animals are always treated with compassion and respect. As such, we are committed to never euthanizing animals due to lack of space. Instead, we have developed strong partnerships to help us meet the needs of Spokane’s pets and promote a high rate of pet adoption. Because we understand the importance of animals in our lives and the need to reduce the surplus animal population through spay and neuter programs, we reach out to tens of thousands of individuals each year with these goals in mind.

History: Since 1897, the Spokane Humane Society has acted as a refuge for animals in peril by providing care, shelter, and placement for tens of thousands of lost, neglected and unwanted animals. Throughout the years we have served many functions and now focus on the care and placement of companion animals. For decades, we battled overcrowding and were forced to make life and death decisions based upon available kennel space. By mandate of the Spokane Humane Society’s Board of Director’s in January 2006, SHS stopped euthanizing animals due to lack of space. Since then, we reached our goal of not euthanizing healthy, adoptable and treatable animals. We continue to improve overall animal health and have sustained a live release rate of more than 95 percent since 2008.

Dog Pic A Dog Pic B