WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Dog Jog has been a tradition at the Veterinary School for more than 40 years.
All sizes and breeds of dogs helped raise money for the Veterinary School's PetSafe program. The program helps owners take care of their pets during hard times.
"For people undergoing hard times like natural disasters, domestic violence and they can't put their dog anywhere it helps with temporary housing or medical care for their dog," Dog Jog Chairwoman Elise Trowel said.
"We just thought it would be fun for faculty and students to run together, so we started doing it on an annual basis," Dog Jog founder Skip Jackson said about the fun event.
The jog is also helping celebrate the class of 1963's 50th reunion.
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