Kids go bark­ing mad for Gus

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Health -

RON­ALD Mcdon­ald House Perth’s di­rec­tor of hugs and pats is hands down the most pop­u­lar em­ployee at the Ned­lands fa­cil­ity.

Chil­dren nearly knock down the ad­min­is­tra­tion of­fice’s door want­ing to hug, pat and brush Gus the black labrador, who joined the team just over a year ago.

A lucky bid­der at this week­end’s Ron­ald Mcdon­ald House Char­i­ties Ball will get to spend 30 min­utes with Gus but guests are warned, he does not come cheap.

Money raised at Satur­day night’s an­nual ball will go to­wards the house that pro­vides a home away from home for sick chil­dren and their fam­i­lies, like Zan­der Ches­son (7), from Ko­jonup, and He­len Ham­lett (5), from Ger­ald­ton.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d475739

Zan­der Ches­son and He­len Ham­lett with Gus, the di­rec­tor of hugs and pats Gus at Ron­ald Mcdon­ald House.

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