Our Mission: To stimulate and improve the physical, mental, and emotional health of both humans and canines, through organizing fun and exciting events, and providing valuable and enjoyable information.
Our Story: The Mutt Mudders’ mission was sparked by the loss of our 5 year old Bernese mountain dog, Diesel. After being diagnosed with stage 4, B-cell lymphoma, Diesel fought a difficult battle through chemotherapy, doctor’s visits, and many not-so-good days. Although we can’t stop dogs from getting cancer or disease, we vowed to do our best to raise healthier dogs, and create a lifestyle that develops well-nourished relationships with our families and pets. We thought we should not just make this a personal goal, but we should share our adventures with our families and friends who have all struggled with life’s battles and misfortunes. We are organizing fun and exciting events that will encourage people to be better pet owners, and to focus on the importance of physical activity, mental stimulation, and nutrition. We want to help save lives and improve the lives of those we choose to surround ourselves with. Each event will be dedicated to raising funds that will be donated to organizations that do exactly that. Together, we can make a difference. Together, we can build fun, healthy, relationships.
Proceeds of our events will be donated to the NATIONAL CANINE CANCER FOUNDATION.
NCCF Mission: The National Canine Cancer Foundation is a nationwide, contribution funded, 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem in dogs by funding grants for the scientific efforts of cancer researchers who are working to save lives, find a cure, find better treatments, find more accurate, cost effective, diagnostic methods in dealing with cancer, and diminishing dogs’ suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.
Mutt Mudders has set up a Diesel Memorial Fund with proceeds going to NCCF and their mission. Please help us with our mission by donating today! You can view the Diesel Memorial page by clicking the link below.