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Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East, Anne Rabbite has called for the HSE and the Government to provide financial assistance to support more children with autism in getting the use of specially trained autism assistance dogs.
‘Generation Pup’ is the first study to follow dogs of all breeds from puppy-hood as they grow up into adults.
NUI GALWAY Comedy Society is holding a day-long fundraiser for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, with events taking place on campus, including a comedy show, featuring Edwin Sammon of Republic of Telly and Bridget & Eamon.
The early morning runs, aching limbs and blisters won’t stop for Galway woman Marette Nolan who is determined to climb Mount Elbrus in aid of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Thirty-one people in Mayo are benefitting from the support of a guide dog, according the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
A family from Foxford have described how the arrival of an assistance dog called Nikita, who has become a constant and loyal companion for their young son with autism spectrum disorder, has changed their lives.
Two Castlebar DJs have come up with a fun campaign to put the ‘selfie’ phenomenon to work to raise funds for specially trained dogs that help transform the lives of children with autism.
The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind would like to invite more people who are vision impaired in the Mayo region to consider training with a Guide Dog or access its Orientation and Mobility (Long Cane) Training programme.
Irish soccer legend Roy Keane is calling on Galwegians to take part in the 11th Annual Shades fundraiser for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind officially launched their annual fundraising car draw at the Cork City Ford Centre on Forge Hill. The winning prize in the 2012 draw is a brand new Ford Focus valued at €20,000, which was generously donated by Ford Ireland.