Come and support Friends of Long Beach Animals with or without your pet! Support us by participating in our 13th Annual Walk for the Animals. Friends of Long Beach Animals is introducing the new spay and neuter clinic located at the Long Beach Animal Shelter. This walk is to raise funds to build and sustain this clinic. By entering you and your pet in this walk, you can help support aid and medical care for the animals of Long Beach. In addition to the walk, we will have lots of interactive booths with pet information, crafts and a kid zone! Come help us save our animals.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
8:00am - Registration Opens
9:00am - Walk Begins (check back soon for further details!)
9:00am - 2:00pm - Pet Appreciation Fair Open
Pet Appreciation Fair - Includes interactive Kid Zone, Food, Vendors and Pet Demonstrations. Raffle tickets available for exciting prizes! FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Laugh Factory - Eligible for participants 21 and older - Register for the Walk for the Animals while supplies last to receive 2 complimentary general admission vouchers ($40 value) to the Laugh Factory (Long Beach location). Offer expires May 30th! Please click here for more information about the Laugh Factory
Cancellation Policy: All registration fees are non-refundable at time of payment.
Vendors: All vendors must complete the Vendor Application on the FOLBA website. Please click here to access the vendor information.
Pet Policy: For your dog's safety and for the safety of all others, dogs must be leashed at all times. Leash must be 6 feet or shorter. All dogs must be licensed with current rabies vaccination. Females in heat (season) are prohibited. No puppies under 3 months of age. Any animal that is perceived as being a danger to other animals or people, or is in poor physical condition may be asked to leave.
Parking: There is free street parking available on Eliot Street or Boat House Lane and most adjacent streets.
When & Where
Friends of Long Beach Animals
Our goal is to stop pet overpopulation and end the euthanasia of any healthy pet. Our work is limited to the Long Beach/Signal Hill area where we hope to make an impact by preventing unwanted animals from being born. FOLBA works with several local City Departments for voucher distribution and, through education, is encouraging all residents to have a veterinarian spay and neuter their pets.