For Robert, losing his vision was life-changing.But so was Coco.
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Coco is a walking invitation for people to come up and chat to Robert. He isn’t shy or embarrassed any more. And thanks to Coco, Robert has rediscovered himself.
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Ayesha is hosting a series of fundraising events as her way of saying thank you for the generous community support that made it possible for her to receive Guide Dog Birdie.
Have you ever thought about applying for a Guide Dog? Join us at The Perron Centre in Victoria Park on 29 September to find out how a Guide Dog can help you in your day-to-day life.
“Mariah has no depth perception, and can’t see curbs, steps, slopes, ditches, bumps, and edges. This means we have to be her eyes for her, and advise her of these tripping/falling hazards.”
Houndstooth Studio had two VIPs (Very Important Pups!) at her North Perth studio last week, the Public Relations dream team ambassadogs Gidgee and Luna!
Narelle explains how she feels about the Puppy Raising experience: “I wouldn’t say ‘challenge’ is in the vocabulary at all. It’s been much more of a joy—pure joy—he just gives us so much.”
Amy first began to lose her vision at age 12, but she was not officially diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) until she was 24 – and her sight continues to degenerate. “A Guide Dog is life-changing!"