Tony hopes run won’t be dog of a day
HOPEFULLY the May 25 Run for a Reason won’t be a dog of a run for Tony Hagan. The dog-lover and executive manager of philanthropy at Guide Dogs WA plans to complete the 12km course dressed as a furry, brown dog in an effort to raise $2000 to train labradors for people with disability, at the Perron Centre in Victoria Park. That explains the recent sightings of a man-sized dog running on local streets. Visit https://hbfrun2015.everydayhero.com/au/tony_ hagan to donate to his cause.
Tony Hagan will complete the Run for a Rea
son in a dog costume.