Animals In Distress (A.I.D.)


Sponsor our Dog Walk
22nd April 2017



Hosted by Coin Dog Training

Saturday 22nd April 2017

11.30 - 1.00 Approx

Charity dog walk to raise funds for Animals in Distress (A.I.D.) and a local dog rescuer that is also supported by AID.

Meet at Bistro Bar Las Amigas (Cortijo Benitez) Coin (Was Venta Hevilla)
Walk is up to aprox one hour along Rio Seco/Pereilas to Toblerone bridge and back. Can turn round earlier if you prefer, whatever suits you and your dog.
dog walk for AIDA minimum of 5 euros per person, however for any donations of 10 euros or more by an individual a raffle ticket will be given with chance to win (2 prizes up for grabs)
"One hour private dog lesson at Coin Dog Training".
"Sunday Lunch for two including a bottle of Cava, curtisy of Gastro Bar Las Amigas".

MEAL DEAL after the walk at Las Amigas, 5 euros for a generous plate of food, think will be paella both meat and vegetarian options, and salads to help yourself. Book in advance please.

If you would like a sponsorship form to get your friends and family to sponsor your walk, please let me know and I can send you a form.

ALL DOGS TO BE KEPT ON LEADS PLEASE. As we don't need any problems between dogs or any poor souls on our route to suddenly have lots of dogs heading towards them.

Kids wishing to walk a dog must be accompanied by an adult.

Anyone who doesn't have a dog and wishes to walk one, let me know as have many clients with more than one dog who would love some help.

If anyone can't make this date, but would like to do something, please feel free to organise your own walk with friends, take some pics and drop donations at either the Bar or Coin Dog Training. Let me know those that donate 10 euros or more and will allocate them raffle number.

Thank you in advance for your support!
 For Sponsorships forms please contact (0034) 637444098
Or email:

Disclaimer - Coin Dog Training take no responsibility for anyone who might be injured on this charity walk.

Participants must bring their own refreshments and take responsibility for their animals - All dogs should be on a lead.