The Irish Guide Dogs Annual Open Day has been postponed to Saturday 26th September.
On Saturday 29th August the Irish Guide Dogs national dog training centre on the Model Farm Road Cork will open its doors to the public for its Annual open day from 12 to 4pm. The day is a great opportunity to meet and interact with puppies in training and working dogs, such as Guide Dogs for people who are visually impaired and Assistance Dogs for children with autism. The day
Irish Guide Dogs are urgently looking for volunteer puppy-walkers in Cork city and the surrounding areas. Puppy-walking involves fostering a puppy for 12-14 months in your own home, teaching the puppy to become a well-trained, well adjusted animal. Full support will be given to volunteers by an Irish Guide Dogs’ supervisor who will keep in regular contact and monitor the puppy's progress. All veterinary fees and feeding costs are covered
The Irish Guide Dogs Charity is celebrating World Autism Awareness Day by hosting a coffee morning and bake sale on Wednesday, April 2nd from 10.30am to 12.30pm at its National Headquarters, Model Farm Road Cork. World Autism Awareness Day is an annual day of awareness, to focus global attention on Autism Spectrum Disorder. Come along to support the coffee morning – meet some of the dogs and get a tour