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.
Hon Tony Simpson MLA had a particularly fun afternoon last week—the Minister for Youth was treated to a special Puppy Class with Guide Dog Trainer Cadet, Emily!
Eager to please, Chelsea has been taking training walks into the city. Chelsea has learned foundation guiding skills and is now in the process of consolidating these skills across the full range of environments.
These specialised breeding lines give us puppies with the temperament needed for becoming a Guide Dog, and also reduced incidences of inherited conditions—both very important when choosing a Guide Dog puppy.