Ms Erzsébet Borsodi received her diploma of Széchenyi University in Győr. Her guide dog stood beside her, who escorted her every time, therefore she also received a memorial certificate.
The celebrating audience greeted Gesztenye and Erzsébet Borsodi with standing ovation. One of the most touching moments was when they took their diploma.
Our youngest team mates are called – Cserkész (Scout), Ciprus (Cyprus), Csengő (Bell), Csatár (Striker), Cetli (Slip-of paper), Csúzli (Crotch), Cifra (Gaudy), Csipke (Lace), Citrom (Lemon), and Cseresznye (Cherry)
This time as well, Bóbita had pulled the names from among those were sent by our followers of our website.
When the temperature soars, we need to make sure we are doing what is necessary to keep our guide dogs safe. We asked our canine trainers, guide dog handlers and puppy host families about their various strategies for keeping our fury friends cool.
We did not sit idle in June either: like always, we worked, we spoke and we wrote, we did everything to help guide dogs. Spoke and wrote for guide dogs. While training with the dogs regularly, we also participated in events and even appeared in a book,