Session 20: How to Volunteer with Guide Dogs for the Blind

//Session 20: How to Volunteer with Guide Dogs for the Blind

Session 20: How to Volunteer with Guide Dogs for the Blind

In episode 20, I interview Theresa Stern from Guide Dog for the Blind. Guide Dogs for the Blind is a world class service dog organization that provides fully trained service dogs, completely free of charge, for visually impaired people. We discuss the steps involved in applying to get a dog, as well as all the ways people can volunteer and help out with Guide Dog’s mission.

In this session:

Have you ever wanted to help a great cause and volunteer with puppies?

Learn about the many opportunities that Guide Dogs for the Blind has for you to volunteer; from raising a puppy for a year, to helping socialize and raise the young pups! Theresa and I also talk about their innovative and immersive people training program on the campus of their facility.

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You can find out more information about the Guide Dogs for the Blind at their website HERE

(Be sure to check out their new video on “campus life” on their home page)

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Let me know if you embark on a puppy volunteer adventure with Guide Dogs or get a service dog from them! I look forward to hearing your story.

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I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.

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