Playing Nice with Others at the Morris K9K Walk

Three legged rescue tripod dog Wyatt plays at the Estes Dog Park and at the Morris Animal Foundation K9K Canine Cancer Walk in Colorado.

On September 19th, my pawrents and I went to the Morris Animal Foundation K9K Walk to Cure Canine Cancer.

I was proud to be there representing the Colorado branch of Team Tripawds. I could feel my Spirit Brother Jerry there with us, hopping right along with all the cool dog pawrents and dogs, all raising money and doing their best to find a cure to that nasty disease. 

The walk wasn’t all sadness though. There was an awesome dog park right next to the route, which no dog in his right mind could resist.

Even with all that walking I did, I wasn’t too tired to play with these rowdy pups!

Thanks everyone, for helping out Team Tripawds and the Morris Animal Foundation raise $15,562 to help with canine cancer research.

Once again, I showed Mom and Dad that I can play nice with other dogs, even four legged ones.

 See, I told ya so!

Author: wyattraydawg

I am Wyatt Ray Dawg, Tripawd Extraordinaire, and Leg-A-Cy to my hero, Jerry G. Dawg. My pawrents are Jim and Rene, creators of

3 thoughts on “Playing Nice with Others at the Morris K9K Walk”

  1. Wow! That’s a lot of money! I’m glad it’s going to such a good cause to help our future pets with this nasty little disease. Glad you guys could go and share the story with us!


    Tika and Caya wish they could have been there. They LOVED that dog park, we went there every day while visiting Colorado.

    Did Wyatt try to swim? Tika loved it (well until little miss blankety blank tackled her in about 2 ft of water)

    If they do a 2nd Annual walk next year, we will do our utmost to be there!!!!

    Oh, and a big hi! to the ladies at Estes Bark if you get a chance to talk to them!

  3. It was a BLAST! And yeah, that dog park is cool. A park and a lake to swim in, what more could a dawg want?

    Yeah, I got near the water, but as soon as my paws got soaked, I ran out. The other dogs were all paddling around, but I don’t think I’ve got that swimming thing figured out yet. Maybe next time. Mom says it took Jerry almost 3 years before he figured out how to swim. I hope I don’t take that long!

    Yeah you guys, come out to Colorado again, and this time stay a while at our place, we’d love it.

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