Four Paws added to Two Feet

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

WALK­ING tour com­pany Two Feet & a Heart­beat will cel­e­brate its 10th an­niver­sary by ad­ding dogs to its tours.

The Four Paws and a Heart­beat walk­ing tour will take peo­ple and their dogs into city parks and gar­dens in the city, in­clud­ing Gov­ern­ment House Gar­dens, which are nor­mally off-lim­its for an­i­mals.

Two Feet co-founder Ryan Zaknich said it was time for dogs to see more of WA’s cap­i­tal city.

The two-and-a-half-hour, 6km tours will be held on De­cem­ber 4, 11 and 18, start­ing from 8am at the Spanda sculp­ture at El­iz­a­beth Quay.

Visit WA (BCRC - WA). BCRC - WA founder Ar­lene Chan said it was a won­der­ful ac­knowl­edge­ment of the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s pi­o­neer­ing work in the field of breast can­cer re­search.

“It is recog­ni­tion for the tire­less and im­por­tant work un­der­taken by BCRC-WA since 2000 to con­tin­u­ally im­prove and ad­vance breast can­cer treat­ment and pa­tient care,” Pro­fes­sor Chan said.

The Hol­ly­wood Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal-based group has held more than 80 breast can­cer tri­als in­volv­ing more than 1000 WA pa­tients since 2000. SPORT and Recre­ation Min­is­ter Mia Davies is the pa­tron for the Lit­tle Ath­let­ics WA 2016-17 sea­son.

Ms Davies said that there was tra­di­tion­ally an in­flux of young­sters to the grass­roots sport fol­low­ing the Olympics af­ter young­sters had watched their he­roes per­form.

Holly Wat­son, Tay­lor Stone and Eve­lyn Bell.

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