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How do visually impaired owners and guide dogs have fun? We’re in the summer, that’s why we asked this question to our clients.

Each respondent has a different idea of where and how they feel best. But it is essential for all guide dog owners that their dogs feel comfortable and safe when they have fun.

Mihály Dombai and his friends arrived at our foundation’s blind guide dog picnic by canoe. The “Körte (Pear) Paddling” is probably the first time that one of our clients has organized a fundraising event in such a spectacular way for our common case. It is a good feedback for us that our work and the help of guide dogs for visually impaired people is important.

We are delighted to announce to you that last night the “A” litter was born.

„The nine puppies are doing great. The five females and four males were born quickly, as it counts for such a big litter in a 4-hour time span.

Following our traditions, we held a naming ceremony. The 6-week-old puppies got these names: Zseton, Zsálya, Zenit, Zengő, Zorka.

Calgary gave birth to five puppies this Easter, two yellow female, two black and one yellow male. They became the 11th litter born in our breeding program.