HIGH FIVE... Monique and Paul Alberton’s dogs Maggie and Harvey put their best paws up during Seaside Vet Surgery’s Million Paws Walk in Wallaroo on Sunday, May 20. Across Australia thousands of dogs, and their owners, stepped out for the walk, which raises money and awareness of animal cruelty for the RSPCA.  HIGH FIVE... Monique and Paul Alberton’s dogs Maggie and Harvey put their best paws up during Seaside Vet Surgery’s Million Paws Walk in Wallaroo on Sunday, May 20. Across Australia thousands of dogs, and their owners, stepped out for the walk, which raises money and awareness of animal cruelty for the RSPCA. PHOTO: Salomae Haselgrove

Paw-fect day for walking

DOZENS of Yorke Peninsula dogs and their humans put their best paws forward in Seaside Vet Surgery’s fourth Million Paws Walk, on Sunday, May 20.

About 140 people and 80 dogs created a convoy of canines which wound through the sailing club beach, jetty and streets of Wallaroo to raise money for the RSPCA.

While the total amount raised is still being calculated, each dog’s family paid up to $15 to participate and after the walk everyone enjoyed a barbecue, cupcakes and coffee.

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