Volunteer

Just like there are many different breeds of dogs, 2 Million Dogs 2 Miles, Inc., needs many different volunteers to help the organization. No matter where you live or how much time you have to offer, there is a role for you.

How It All Began

In March 2008 a man and his two dogs embarked on a cross-country trek that was inspired by the loss of his Great Pyrenees to cancer. Some of you have heard the story of Luke Robinson, Hudson and Murphy…

Donate to the Cause

It’s estimated that between 4 and 6 million dogs die from cancer each year and recently it was announced that 36 children a day are diagnosed with cancer. Our pets and our children are being attacked by this deadly disease.

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in 2 Million Dogs Blog

We’re pleased to announce we have awarded our first grant of 2015 to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM). Our ability to continue funding such outstanding research is because of the passion...

Posted by on Jun 29, 2015 in 2 Million Dogs Blog, Puppy Up! Walks

At 16-years old, Rebel was one of the many participants who traveled two miles Saturday, June 27 in support of finding cures for cancer in animal companions. A retired skijorer and sled dog, he caught a shoulder...

Posted by on Jun 25, 2015 in 2 Million Dogs Blog

(by Erich Trapp) Anyone who has been following the PuppyUp Foundation for any length of time knows that our organization began with an abiding promise — Luke Robinson’s promise to his dog Malcolm, and later to...

Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in 2 Million Dogs Blog

Murphy (by Ginger Morgan, Executive Director) I thank you for always being the first one out of the tent, for keeping Hudson and Papi safe on your journey from Austin to Boston. And for (literally) doing the ground...

Posted by on May 10, 2015 in 2 Million Dogs Blog, Calendar Contests

  What’s more fun than a room full of puppies? Our PuppyUp Calendar Contest! (OK, puppies are more fun, but this is fun too.) Enter the contest to honor your canine cancer hero, help promote awareness about...
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