A lovely sunny day is forecast for the Million Paws Walk around Lake Burley Griffin this Sunday.
The walk, one of the biggest fundraisers for the RSPCA, has already attracted more than 2000 pooches - and their owners.
The forecast for Sunday is a top of 20 degrees, with only a 10 per cent chance of rain.
The start and finish of the walk is at the Patrick White Lawns, beside Lake Burley Griffin, in front of the National Library of Australia.
The event starts at 9am, with plenty of entertainment for the doggos, while the walk starts at 11am.
RSPCA ACT chief executive Michelle Robertson hopes to see the Canberra animal community come out full force in support of the event.
"Not only is Million Paws Walk one of our biggest annual fundraisers, it is also a fantastic opportunity for us to connect with the Canberra community and their canine fur-babies," she said.
"Canberra is filled with many animal lovers, and it is great to see everyone out with their dogs whilst enjoying a day down by the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin.
"Everyone is welcome, including your four-legged friend regardless of the breed, size and age. Don't forget to make sure your pooch is up to date with vaccinations, sociable and friendly with all creatures (human and furry)."
Tickets will be available until the end of event and can be purchased online at: https://www.millionpawswalk.com.au/ACT/home
WHAT: Million Paws Walk 2019
WHERE: Patrick White Lawns (in front of the National Library of Australia)
WHEN: Sunday 19th May
- Doors open 9am
- Walk commences 11am