You might have seen a few thousand muddy paw prints along the Greenbelt in Julia Davis Park today.
Pups and their owners trotted around the park for the annual "See Spot Walk" fundraiser this morning. Dogs of every shape and size played together, while their human counterparts helped raise awareness for shelter animals and raise money for the Idaho Humane Society.
Participants like Patience Hoyle say they loved the cause and the ability to socialize their furry friends.
"It's really important when they're puppies to make sure that they get a lot of interaction with everything, people and other animals," Hoyle said.