Walking the dogs for the dogs - Tucson News Now

Walking the dogs for the dogs

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The 5th annual Canine Walk for K-9 Dogs is tomorrow morning.

The one-mile walk and breakfast at Brandi Fenton Park is a fundraiser for the Tucson Police Department's K-9 Unit.

You can bring your pooch or just walk by yourself.

There will be raffles, doggie contests and demonstrations by the K-9 dogs.

The money raised will go directly to the K-9 Unit.

"This year we're going to evaluate all the heat monitors in the cars and do any upgrades, any repairs, anything that needs to be done there, as well as fund training, equipment, technology, anything that needs to happen there." Said Rob Lamaster of the Tucson Police Foundation.

Online registration is closed, but you can still register at check-in tomorrow morning at 7:30.

The walk begins at 8.

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