Now raising her seventh Guide Dog Puppy, Harriet’s hard work and dedication has been recognised as she’s taken home the Town of Cambridge Volunteer of the Year Award.
Guide Dogs Australia has been announced as Australia’s Most Trusted Charity Brand for the fifth consecutive year as part of the annual Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands survey.
Tegan has never experienced independence – because she has never seen the world around her. She tells us that if she had a Guide Dog, she would feel happy and free. She would be independent, like her big sister Chloe.
Bailey has calmed down incredibly since Demi arrived. He is more settled and his daily routine is more stable. Previously, Bailey’s out-of-control outbursts could last for hours, but with Demi by his side, they only last for 30 seconds.
Despite the fact that it can be hard when the time comes to give the puppy back, Jan finds the role of Puppy Raising very satisfying and rewarding. “I know what an amazing asset a Guide Dog is, and I wanted to be part of that process.”