Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind Are Looking For New Volunteers To Foster Puppies In Dublin

You can meet lots of good boys at their recruitment drive tonight

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Attention all dog lovers – Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind will be hosting a recruitment drive in Dublin tonight where you’ll have the opportunity to meet lots of adorable pups.

The charity is looking for volunteers to help them out with fostering and fundraising in North Dublin.

If this sounds like something you’d love to get involved with and you’re over 18, they’ll be in the Draíocht Arts Centre in Blanchardstown from 7:30pm this evening.

They’re hoping to find people to foster and provide basic obedience training to puppies aged from 7-8 weeks up to 12-15 months.

As well as that, the charity also needs people who can provide temporary overnight accommodation for dogs.

If you can’t make it to the drop-in event this evening, you can email volunteer@guidedogs.ie for more information or visit the Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind website here.

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Kiara Keane

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