“V” and “W” Litters Go Home

Guide Dogs of America’s volunteer puppy raiser families foster our puppies from the age of 8 weeks until the dogs enter formal guide dog training at around 18 months of age. Volunteer puppy raisers recently picked up GDA’s “V” and “W” litters.

Guide Dogs of America’s “V” litter went home with their GDA volunteer puppy raisers on January 27, 2017. The yellow Labrador Retriever puppies are pictured here as a group with their raisers at our campus.

V Litter with their puppy raisers

Pictured from left: Sherrie and Matt Wette with Vargo and Kery Bailey with Venture.

Guide Dogs of America’s “W” litter went home with their GDA volunteer puppy raisers on January 27, 2017. The yellow Labrador Retrievers and black Labrador Retrievers are pictured here as a group with their raisers at our campus.

W Litter with their puppy raisers

Pictured from left: Janice and Dave Hart with Wellesley, Pam and Dave McKenzie with Windy, Glyn Judson with Walter, Nancy Ayers with Willa, and George and Leslie Lopez with Wally.

GDA’s volunteer puppy raisers open their hearts and homes to our puppies and help us raise the best guide dogs possible. Learn more about GDA’s puppy raising program at http://www.guidedogsofamerica.org/1/programs/puppy-raising/

Interested in supporting our mission to change the lives of those who are blind? GDA is looking for loving homes to raise a puppy of 8 weeks of age until he or she is around 18 months old. We want to hear from you!

Please contact Louise Henderson at:
(818) 833-6441 or
LHenderson@guidedogsofamerica.org

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