SPCA of Westchester's Annual Walkathon held in Yorktown Heights to benefit animal rescue programs

The SPCA is hoping to raise $100,000 with

The SPCA is hoping to raise $100,000 with the event.

Thousands of canines and dog owners turned out at FDR Park in Yorktown Heights for the SPCA of Westchester's Annual Walkathon.

The goal of the event is to support the organization's life-saving animal rescue programs, from cruelty investigations to shelters for abused and abandoned animals.

While the walkathon was filled with smiles and wagging tails, pet lovers also had a recent tragedy...

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