Sheriff's department bids farewell to Quincy

Sonia Krishnan – The Seattle Times – 12/09/2008 The Seattle Times Company Originally published Saturday, November 8, 2008. Quincy (1Q396 – Peat x Spice) was raised by Brenda [...]

The Seattle Times Company

Originally published Saturday, November 8, 2008 Quincy (1Q396 – Peat x Spice)was raised by Brenda Quesenberry in the North Carolina region and went on to a successful career in the field of [...]

Woman trains dogs for more than show

Ben Loudon- Democrat and Chronicle – 11/01/2008 EAST BLOOMFIELD — Bonnie Kelly owned two dogs for about 14 years. Since they passed on in 2004 and 2006, three different dogs have come and [...]

Guiding Eyes Puppies go to Taft!

Linda Damato, Regional Marketing Manager – 10/21/2008 Founded in 1890, The Taft School is a coeducational boarding school for 570 students in grades nine through post graduate. Exceptional [...]

A Texas Star Is Born

Provided by Leigh Ames, Puppy Raiser – 10/10/2008 Ocala has made it! She graduated and is now a working girl. We are so excited for her. Knowing how determined she is we shouldn’t be one [...]

2nd Annual Pooch A Palooza

Linda Damato, Regional Marketing Manager – 10/02/2008 Radio station K104 invited Guiding Eyes’ Orange County Puppy Raisers and Guiding Eyes Ambassadors to participate in the 2nd [...]

CCT and NCT at Lake Compounce

Linda Damato, Regional Marketing Manager – 10/02/2008 “Lake Compounce, New England’s Family Theme Park in Bristol CT generously hosted a Guiding Eyes for the Blind day again this summer. [...]

Monroe Region Puppies Ride the RTS Bus

Donna Rice – 09/13/2008 Monroe Region’s raisers always look forward to our annual ride on the Regional Transit Service bus. In mid-August, the Rochester Genesee Regional [...]

Couple Trains New Puppy to Assist Blind

Peabody and Lynnfield Weekly News – 09/07/2008 Dick and Miriam Shafner of Lynnfield have announced that Dayton… Click to download the the article. (PDF)

Guide Dogs Help Students Settle

LINDA LOMBARDI-Dallas News – 08/14/2008 Mario Bonds, a senior at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., who is blind, recalls that on his first days on campus, getting around was an [...]

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