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Photos: Furry Scurry at Washington Park

The 21st annual Furry Scurry drew a crowd of nearly 12,000 people and 5,000 dogs to Washington Park on Saturday for a fundraiser that collected nearly $1 million (and counting) for programs and services that help homeless pets at the Dumb Friends League. "We're so proud to be part of such a compassionate, pet-friendly community," said Bob Rohde, president and CEO of the Dumb Friends League. "The work we do wouldn't be possible without such generous local support of our mission and programs that help homeless pets in need."

Photographer Brandon Marshall as there to document all the animal attraction; keep reading for a look at this year's Furry Scurry.

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Keep reading for more photos. You can view our entire Furry Scurry slide show here.

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