I was so excited when these puppies were booked in for a session not only because they are absolutely adorable, but also because their life was going to be so special because they were going to be trained as guide dogs for the blind and also dogs for the disabled.
Six puppies five weeks old were very well behaved with one little chap who was so playful whilst the others were content to snuggle up (I bet you can guess which one that is!) Every one of them had their own lovely personality and their mum was very patient whilst we borrowed her puppies to capture the photographs.
Guide Dogs for the blind provide mobility and freedom to blind and partially sighted people. They also campaign for the rights of people with visual impairment, educate the public about eye care and fund eye disease research.
Dogs for the Disabled is a pioneering charity that trains assistance dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities, and families with a child with autism.
Through practical tasks their dogs offer freedom and independence, but in addition an assistance dog becomes a reason to go out, giving a new found confidence that opens doors to fresh opportunities including friendships, hobbies, education and even careers.
To find out more about these life changing charities please click the following links, donations can also be made through the links.