The Edinburgh Kiltwalk 2018

16/09/2018

Are you ready to don your tartan and be part of something spectacular? This September, a team of Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home supporters (and their dogs) will tackle the world-renowned Edinburgh Kiltwalk. The team will be led by our Animal Champion, mountaineer and blogger Tristan-Cameron Harper. 

Tristan Cameron Harper
The group will tackle either the Mighty Stride, Big Stroll or the Wee Wander to take in the best sights Edinburgh has to offer.

Wee Wander Logo
Approx. 6 miles— Perfect for all the family or those unable to complete a bigger challenge. Takes on average 2—3 hours to complete.  

Big Stroll Logo
Approx. 13 miles— an intermediate challenge suitable for most fitness levels, ideal for a fun day out with a group of colleagues or friends. Takes on average 4-6 hours to complete. 

Mighty Stride Logo
Approx. 26 miles— The Biggest Kiltwalk challenge! For people looking for the ultimate Kiltwalk experience. Training is essential! Takes on average 6-10 hours to complete. 

Anybody can take part in the Kiltwalk, no matter your fitness level! And the best part – dogs are welcome!

Choosing to walk for Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home means that we will receive 100% of the funds you raise plus a very generous 40% top up thanks to the Hunter Foundation.

Register Now

To register for the event visit the Kiltwalk website here, and make sure you select Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home under the charity section during the registration process. Once you are all signed up, our Fundraising Team will be in touch to organise your fundraising pack and t-shirt.

Find Out More

For further information contact the fundraising team at fundraising@edch.org.uk or on 0131 669 5331.

For information on the starting points please visit Kiltwalk's website here

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Location: TBC
Time: TBC
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Volunteering Opportunities December 2018

Are you interested in giving some of your spare time to help pets in need this Christmas?

We have lots of bag packs and bucket shakes coming up and could really use your support!

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#DTipsTips: Avoiding a dog's (Christmas) dinner

As we come closer to Christmas, our Education Officer, Daniel "D-Tips" Tipping shares some of his top tips on keeping your four-legged friends safe this festive period. 

21/12/2018

Festive opening hours

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home will be closed to the public on 25 and 26 December, and 1 and 2 January. Our phone lines will not be monitored during this time.

17/12/2018