Chiens guide d’aveugles
For Bernard Hayat, the story began thanks to his daughter. It was for her that Bernard and his family became a “foster family”, taking in a puppy destined to become a guide dog. And five years later, the story goes on!
Foster families play a key role in the education of guide dogs for the blind. They take puppies in for a year, teaching them basic obedience and cleanliness and getting them used to different social environments. The Prize obtained will be used to finance part of the education of a guide dog, which, after two years, will be given to a visually-impaired person.share this project
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