Today one of our couples, Éva Szalóki with her guide dog Frida, passed their traffic safety exam in Eger, prepared for a very difficult exam tasks. The more it is done is the result of months of practicing, as it is very much solved the tasks.
Despite the best efforts of veterinarians, Rusty the guide dog could not be saved. Even the immediate emergency surgery did not help. The post mortem examination proved the cause of death to be poison, causing Rusty to suffer a horribly painful death.
This week started again very good: one of our new guide dog couples passed their traffic safety exam in Budapest. Dávid and Miksa the guide dog completed the tests skilfully and with high precision. We would like to congratulate them on their fantastic achievement.
Dávid Körösmezey and Miksa the guide dog
The Baráthegyi Guide Dog School’s interactive sensitizing program in the WSR at the Hungaroring for this year’s were interested for more people, perhaps due to the fact that it does not always rain fell compared to last year 🙂
More photos about the successful event can be viewed in our Facebook album by clicking on the link below: Guide dogs at Hungaroring 2014 September