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Applause to hearty guide dog volunteers

A hearty Lanarkshire volunteer was commended at a special ceremony for helping to significantly improve the lives of the visually impaired.

They are all donating time to the guide dog Hamilton Center. This is a charity celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.

East Killbride Volunteer Puppies Breeding Before A Touching Story About How His Life Has Changed Since Carlos Rodriguez, a Glasgow Man, Partnered with Guide Dog Marin Craig Herbert took the guest to Hamilton's St. Mary's Scottish Episcopal Church.

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Carlos was suffering from a difficult situation Depression after losing sight admitted that Marin helped enjoy life again and dropped more than 10 stones on his daily walk.

Guide dog, Marine says he changed his life

Guide dog volunteer coordinator Susan Harrison toldLanarkshire Live: It was a great opportunity to celebrate the work of a great volunteer.

"Volunteers are at the core of our very existence and part of everything we do.

" There is no guide dog without a guide dog. All winners Congratulations to the finalists. "

Volunteer puppy breeder Craig Herbert pipes guests to the event Sent

The winners and finalists of this event include dog foster parents, puppy breeding, fundraising, campaigns, and driving. It included people who supported charitable organizations in various ways.

Violet Murray, the foster parent of the dog Motherwell, received the "Expert" award for her skills and efforts while raising her trained guide dog. ..

Over the last 6 years, Vi has raised 7 guide dogs. She also acts as a visible guide, a role that involves taking a Blantyre male guide dog to a free off-the-lead run, while she acts as his guide.

Winners Christine Patterson and Violet Murray

Vi is currently taking care of Theo – from a volunteer puppy breeder in the early stages of the first guide dog training she raised straight.

"I take care of my dog ​​and keep it at home, but when I take him to Hamilton's training school, it's from 9am to 4:30 pm five days a week." She explained.

"I have to free run my dog ​​over the weekend, keep the training I'm receiving with guide dogs, and take off the lead.

Fight at the Guide Dog Training Center

It involves using the same commands they use and giving them a lot of experience like socializing with people and other dogs.

"I sometimes take them go to the cafe They go out for lunch, visit their families. Basically, they are treated like all other dogs when they are not working. "

Christina Patterson of Glasgow Received the "Partner" Award for his work as a dog health and welfare volunteer at the philanthropic Hamilton office. Her nomination for Christine explained that she had a "nice and calm attitude with the dog."

Guide dog Hamilton Center dedicated team

Biggar's Fundraiser Stewart Hamilton won the "Optimistic" award.

Stewart states: "I am delighted and cherish the certificates and badges. I am truly grateful for the nominations and awards for this award."

Charity is currently 12-16 for volunteer puppy breeders We encourage them to take care of their monthly puppies, provide them with a loving home, and teach them through training, socializing, and introducing new environments and experiences.

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