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 want to be part of that process.”
“Harry can detect when the kids are upset. He just knows. He’ll go and sit with them and put his head on their lap. He can get through to them in a way that nothing else can.”
“I feel totally alone. I don’t feel confident. If I’m in a crowded room, I start to panic. I can’t focus. My heart races and I feel dizzy. I just have to get out of there. But I can’t find my way out!” says Jacqui.
“I’m so grateful to the donors. Without them, I wouldn’t have the opportunity to work with a dog like Pluto. I would miss out on a lot. I owe my quality of life to them.”
Since Bonnie’s arrival, Beau’s anxiety has eased. And with her by his side, Beau’s family can finally relax—because since having Bonnie, he has not had a single seizure.