Moscow Mutt Strut a Fourth of July Tradition


It's a Fourth of July tradition in the city of Moscow.

The Moscow Mutt Strut which started in 2004 after the city stopped doing their large fireworks show.

"It's fun to be around other people that have dogs and look at everyone’s dogs and share our dogs and let them be out with other people," said Cathy LaFollett.

While the Moscow Mutt Strut is a fun town event it's also a way for this community to remember the late organizer Linda Pall.

"Well my Mother was always really big into lots of red, white and blue and this event was a big part of her year and thing that she worked on," said her son Zachary Pall.

"It was all part of her doing originally to make this happen for us," said Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert.

And this year's Mutt Strut is extra special after Linda passed away in April.

So knowing how much this event meant to her, her son Zachary kept her work going to help make today happen.

"I was as I said truly honored to be a part of it," said Zachary.

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