Like Pokémon Go? Like Dogs? Live in Indiana? Then get in touch with Muncie Animal Shelter because they want you to take their dogs for a walk while you’re out capturing Meowths and Rattatas.

“Trying to hatch an egg or catch rare Pokemon?” says the ad on the shelter’s Facebook page. “Come on down to the Muncie Animal Shelter to walk one of our dogs while you get your steps in! Just come to the front desk and say you are here for the Pokemon dogs!”

Phil Peckinpaugh, director of the shelter, said he got the idea after noticing people hunting Pokémon all over the city, so he joined forces with Sam Wiser, an intern at the mayor’s office, and together they came up with the ad that’s since been shared almost 25k times. So if you’re a fan of Pokémon go and you’re in the Muncie area then head on down to the animal shelter and Pika Pika Pikachoose a dog to walk!

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An animal shelter in Muncie decided to use Pokémon Go to encourage people to volunteer to walk dogs

Shelter director Phil Peckinpaugh came up with the idea after seeing lots of people playing the game around town

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He played it with his daughter and realized that gamers could help the dogs get some exercise

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So he and an intern at the mayor’s office came up with the ad to encourage gamers to walk their dogs while out capturing Pokémon

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Just one hour after the initiative was announced, lines of children and adults appeared at the shelter volunteering to walk the dogs

Image credits: T Addelle Diedesch (left), Emily Atkinson (right)

“There are people walking dogs [right now], posting pics on their Instagrams and social media. That exposure for the dogs is really quite epic,” he told Buzzfeed

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This dog seems to be able to see Pokémon even without a smartphone!

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Other dogs however have no idea what’s going on…

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“Kids, they love it!”

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The ad has so far been shared almost 25k times on Facebook

Image credits: Trista Sydloski-Tesch (left), Kelsey Johnson (right)

And as you can see, the dogs are now getting plenty of exercise!

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