Hail Caesar, his pals in a Bull-Doggie-Do

PUPPY LOVE: Western Bulldogs' engagement manager Brett Goodes meets official club mascot Caesar's half-sister ahead of the big gathering of the pack across Ballarat. Picture: Lachlan Bence
PUPPY LOVE: Western Bulldogs' engagement manager Brett Goodes meets official club mascot Caesar's half-sister ahead of the big gathering of the pack across Ballarat. Picture: Lachlan Bence

PAW power will be out in force this weekend to ensure Ballarat is a completely dog-friendly city for Western Bulldogs’ arrival. Bull-Doggie-Do will kick-off the final week’s countdown to the first AFL premiership season match in Ballarat.

Sibling hackers Daniel and Emily McLean discovered a large proportion of bulldog pets registered in town, after trawling through City data. The pair thought it only fitting to host a giant party to help celebrate all things Bulldog as a city – four-legged friends included. Official Bulldogs’ mascot Caesar will lead the pack.

Prizes on offer for best bulldog, bulldog with best trick, best footy-themed Bulldog and Bulldog most like their owner. Registration at Alfred Deakin Place on Sunday, 10.30am.