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My MS Woof - our charity dog walking challenge

We asked our paw-some supporters, to walk, roll or stroll with their pooches in October to help stop MS. 

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We’re barking it from the wooftops! 

2023 has been an un-fur-lievable year for My MS Woof, with 263 humans getting involved and over 1,000 paws walking a fur-nomenal 13,597 km. 

We want to say a big thank you to everyone who took part, helping to raise over £52,195 for ground-breaking MS research! We couldn’t do our important work without su-paw humans and dogs like you. Look out for My MS Woof in 2024 as it'll be returning next Autumn!

What is My MS Woof?

My MS Woof is our charity dog walking challenge, which takes place in October. 

Over 130,000 people live with MS in the UK. So why not walk, roll or stroll 130km with your furry friends to raise money for life-changing MS research and support? 

If 130km seems too far, you and your four-legged friend can set your own distance. 

Who can take part in My MS Woof?

Anyone with a dog – or who can borrow one! There’s no age limit, but if you’re under 18 you’ll need an adult to register for you.

Whether you walk, roll or run with your pooch, it’s all about getting outside and raising money for a great cause.

Why take part in My MS Woof?

We couldn’t do our amazing work without people like you helping us raise money.

£50 will let us operate a high-powered microscope for an hour. This lets us study cells and tissue affected by MS.

£100 allows us to process four blood samples and extract information about genes and immunity. This is a vital part of testing new treatments for MS.

This charity dog walking challenge is perfect for people who love getting out and about with a four-legged friend. And it’s a great way to raise vital funds for us!

My MS Woof has been the best thing I've done, not only for my physical health but also my mental health.

It really has turned things around, pointing me in the right direction for dealing with my anxiety. I’ve still got work to do on that but it doesn't seem as daunting!

Kirsty, My MS Woof 2022