Adopted 10 years ago, Lily is now 11 and couldn’t be a sweeter girl. When Janet first saw Lily, she knew instantly that the pup was the one for her. Having recently lost her beloved husband of 31 years, Janet took great comfort from the little dog, who was especially intuitive and attentive while her mom was going through such difficult times. Now Lily has a sister named Roxy, adopted from the HSBC, and the two are great friends.
They helped Janet to raise $3,000 for the previous year’s Walk for the Animals and are looking forward to 2021!
Join us in fundraising so we can continue helping dogs like Lily find their forever home through our adoption, foster and Adoption Ambassador programs. Be a part of the 2021 Walk for the Animals and raise $1,000 or more for the chance to have your dog as our 2022 Cover Dog.
- All contest participants must be registered online for the 2021 Humane Society of Broward County's Walk for the Animals prior to midnight, EST, on March 6, 2022. In addition to being registered, participants must have raised a minimum of $2,500 in verified donations to their online Personal Campaign page in order to be eligible.
- Attendance at the Walk for the Animals is not required.
- Participants reaching the $2,500 fundraising mark will submit a photo of their dog and a brief story as to why they believe their dog should be the 2022 Cover Dog.
- Each participant is limited to one entry per $2,500 raised. Unqualified registrants will be disqualified.
- One winner will be selected from those entered. Selection will be made by a random drawing of all entries.
- The winner will be announced on April 4, 2022 via an announcement to all 2022 Walk Participants.
The Humane Society of Broward County is making every effort to put precautions in place to protect our participants, staff, volunteers and animals due to COVID-19. Because of the uncertainty of this virus, we reserve the right to make changes to our Walk day activities if we feel it is necessary to avoid putting anyone at potential risk of exposure or danger of any kind. We respect and appreciate our participants, and ask for your understanding as we prioritize safety for all involved.