Cancer ends the lives of more dogs than any other disease. More than 6 million new dog cancer diagnoses are made each year. By participating in and fundraising for this walk, you can help increase Morris Animal Foundation's capacity to invest in science that will help prevent and treat cancer and other diseases in dogs.
For more than 65 years, Morris Animal Foundation has been working to advance the science that is improving animal health. Much progress in veterinary care has come as a result of research funded by Morris Animal Foundation. The Foundation has invested more than 92 million dollars to fund more than 2,200 studies in cats, dogs, horses and wildlife. Many of these studies have led to breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments and disease prevention for animals around the world.

Find a walk in your City

Dallas Spring 2017
Greater Sacramento 10/9/2016
Indianapolis 10/2/2016
Knoxville Spring 2017
Los Gatos Spring 2017


N. Virginia Spring 2017
San Diego Spring 2017
South Florida 1/22/2017
Unite to Fight 5/2017

Your Stories

  • Nancy Dearolf of Knoxville Tennessee is all too familiar with canine cancer. As long time participants in the Knoxville Canine Cancer Walks, Nancy and her wife Paula organized Team Ripley in memory of their amazing pug, Ripley.

    Click here to learn more about Ripley’s story.

  • Barbee Gennerman remembers the shock of learning that her golden retriever Riley had cancer. “I knew dogs got cancer,” said Barbee. “You just think it will never happen to your dog.

    Click here to learn more about Barbee and Riley’s story.

  • Like so many other K9 Cancer Walk participants, Pat has felt the heartbreak of losing a beloved pet to cancer, as well as other diseases and some simply to old age. Pat has lost a few dogs to cancer, some to other diseases, and some simply to old age.

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