April showers bring May flowers and now you can watch how excited our guide dog students are to this. They will be cherished treasures to their owners soon. We work to help more and more visually impaired people so that they can get guide dogs free of charge.
In the beginning of March, the L pack puppies moved to educators. Kitti Farkas spoke about the joy of being able to take part in raising puppies from the beginnings and see as their personality develops. Not immediately but she would raise puppies again in the near future.
We had a good time at Számítástechnikai Általános Iskola (Primary School of Computing) at Gyöngyösi Promenade. in Budapest. We told 70 children what and how they can help if they meet visually impaired people in the street and what important rules to be kept in case of contact with a working dog and its owner.
We organized a large-scale program at Arany János Primary School in Százhalombatta. The owner of Fiji, Dóri studied here so they also joined us with many others.
The future guide dogs were lined up like the organ-pipes, starting with the smallest and including the ebony black Arthur,