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Charity Seeks to Expand Dog Breed Diversity

Dogs for the Disabled has announced their desire to increase the number of dog breeds they work with this week with the appointment of Helen Freeman who has been recruited to help the charity with dog supply.

Helen, who has worked at Guide Dogs for nearly 20 years and whose father Derek Freeman was awarded an MBE for his work with the charity, will be responsible for looking after Dogs for the Disabled’s own small breeding programme and sourcing suitable puppies to become the assistance dogs of the future.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Charity Seeks to Expand Dog Breed Diversity

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