Thursday, April 14, 2011

Meet Chance

This is Chance, a yellow lab pup that my sister in Ontario is 'puppy walking'.  Chance will be living with my sister and her family for 12-18 months, before he goes on for more advanced guide dog training.  It is her job to teach Chance the basics and to expose him to as many people, places and experiences as she can.

I tried to convince her to start a blog to chart Chance's training, but I'm afraid that fell on deaf ears:(


If you are interested in sponsoring Cathy and Chance in a fundraising walk, click this link
Canadian Guide Dogs For The Blind Walk 2011
Let's get Cathy a t-shirt:)
Oh, and there is an American connection.  Chance and his littermates were born in the U.S.




“DOLLARS FOR DOGS”
 FUNDRAISING WALK
SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
Andrew Haydon Park3169 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
Registration 9:30am
Walk starts 10:30am
You can assist Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind by obtaining pledges and participating in the Dollars for Dogs Fundraising Walk.
Bring your friends, family and as many dogs as possible! Please leash and clean up after your dogs and enjoy a walk in beautiful Andrew Haydon Park.
If you don't have a dog, you can still come and walk with us!
To register and create your own personal fundraising page through which your family & friends can sponsor you, please click the "Sign Up" button on the top left.
BONUSRaise or donate $100 or higher and receive a free CGDB T-shirt
$500 or more gets a t-shirt, plus a CGDB briefcase
$1,000 or more gets a t-shirt and a $100 gift card from a major
retailer
RETURNING PARTICIPANTS:
Sign-in to fundraise and review results
SUPPORTERS, you can:
1. Sponsor an Individual
2. Make a direct donation to Canadian Guide Dogs For The Blind

LIVE OUTSIDE OF THE OTTAWA AREA BUT STILL WANT TO HELP?
You don’t have to live in Ottawa to participate in the Dollars for Dogs Fundraising Walk.  Register for the walk and no matter where you live, you can participate.  Simply obtain sponsors on this site.  Then on Sunday, May 29, 2011, walk 4-km in your own community.  You can choose your own regular, safe, scenic route.  Have your friends join you, or do it on your own.  Anyone can walk the 4-km with or without a dog.  Register for the Dollars for Dogs Fundraising Walk, obtain sponsors, walk in your own community, and support Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind provides professionally trained guide dogs to the visually impaired across Canada, and now everyone in Canada can give back on this very special day, Dollars for Dogs Fundraising Walk, Sunday, May 29, 2011.  


4 comments:

  1. What a little cutie pie
    Benny & Lily

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  2. What a great service and experience. Maybe you can help with the progress updates on your blog.

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  3. Thanks for your support sis!

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  4. Oh yes..it would be very interesting to follow Chance..perhaps your sister is too shy:)

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