Montage of labrador puppies

Meet the New Recruits

20 July, 2020

Look what you and our wonderful Puppy Partners have helped to achieve!

In the first half of 2020, we have welcomed 12 adorable new pups to our Guide Dog training program. 

These impossibly cute puppies are currently living with their volunteer Puppy Raisers in the community. During this first stage of training, their life will be an endless round of playing, socialising, accompanying their Puppy Raisers on regular outings and training walks.

The new recruits will move on to their formal training at around 12-14 months of age where they will learn all about their role as a Guide Dog or an Autism Assistance Dog.

These 12 pups represent a world of hope for Western Australians who are blind, vision-impaired or living with a disability. And they have kind people like you to thank for that.

It is your continued support that helps to fund the vet bills, food, training and equipment these puppies need to grow into remarkable working dogs that will transform lives of Western Australians.

With special thanks to our amazing Puppy Partners:

  • Wheatley Family Foundation
  • The Perth Upmarket
  • Bryce and Fae Burrows
  • Bunbury Ladies Auxiliary
  • John and Janet Hughan
  • Central Park Plunge – Team 2019
  • The All Ford Day
  • Jean Bladen Foundation
  • Major Holdings
  • The Richards and White Families

Get more involved in the journey of a future Guide or Assistance Dog – learn more about becoming a Puppy Partner.

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