Guide Dogs planning for the future after Covid

Guide Dogs planning for the future after Covid

The Balbriggan\North County Dublin branch of Irish guide dogs for the blind hope to be back fundraising and doing our normal awareness talks when it is safe to do so and cleared by government for us to do.In the meantime small things you can do for us is hold onto your used postage stamps, old Irish-sterling or foreign coins and notes. All of these we can turn into real money in time.Drop us an email or a text to say you have some and we will arrange to get them from you when it suits everybody.Over the past couple of months as well guide and assistance dogs would not be working in the normal daily way they used to be so down time was had by some guide dogs at least. I am attaching a picture of my guide dog Gatsby who had more than one day off this past couple of months and you can see the joy in his face.During lock down a number of ladies offered to walk our two guide dogs and without hesitation we took up the offer. So thanks to the two Gillian’s, Peggy and to Maebh and her daughter Ruby. Ladies wooffee wooffee on behalf of Gatsby and Qeb.Thank you from Tom and Breege Guide dog owners. Details below on how to contact us and we will be back as we need the money to train more guide dogs for blind people and more assistance dogs for family’s who have a child with Autism. To contact the Balbriggan\ncd branch of guide dogs Tel 085 7663107, email:guidedogsbalbriggan@gmail.com

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