Linda Hunter, Puppy Raiser
I hope you will join me and support Southeastern Guide Dogs (SEGD). I have raised two pups for this fantastic organization along with my own dog, Sport, a black Labrador and retired Therapy Dog.
Bob, a yellow Labrador, was my first pup to raise for SEGD. Sherman, a black Goldador, was my second pup. Both dogs are making a positive impact in this world.
Bob is currently working as a Therapy Dog. In just over a year he was awarded the American Kennel Club's Therapy Dog Excellent Title and silver medal which honors his 200 volunteer Therapy Dog encounters. Way to go, Bob!
After raising Sherman for a year and a half, he is back with Southeastern Guide Dogs. Sherman is in the children/teen program. He will be matched with a blind child and the child's family as a highly skilled companion. I am very proud of Sherman progress.
Did you know that Southeastern Guide Dogs breeds, raises, and trains some of the finest guide dogs, service dogs, and skilled companion dogs in the world? The puppies are adorable, but to witness these amazing dogs in training is nothing short of miraculous. Thanks to the intelligence and fine training of these dogs, people with vision loss, veterans with disabilities, and children with significant challenges find the freedom, confidence, and independence they need.
When I learned that Southeastern Guide Dogs relies 100% on private donations, receives no government funding, and doesn't charge for their dogs or services, I decided to participate in their biggest fundraiser of the year, the Walkathon. I've set an ambitious Walkathon fundraising goal and am excited to contribute to the life changing mission of Southeastern Guide Dogs.
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