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Guide dog Layla and her four-legged friends give you a unique insight into their working lives - with a little help from 'mum' Sue and supporters. Brought to you by the team at Colchester-based Mosaic Publicity, celebrating the company's 10th anniversary by raising money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
 
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This month’s GDUI Juno Report features an interesting event with staff from Guide Dogs for the Blind and Be My Eyes. This partnership has lots of possibilities and certainly could be expanded to other schools etc.GDUI Juno Report airs on ACB Radio Mainstream and will appear in your podcast client of choice in about two weeks.If you’re part of a Gui…
 
Episode Notes The GDUI Juno report for October features another great segment from the 2020 GDUI convention. This time we hear from Lucas Franck with the fascinating history and considerations related to clicker work with your dog. Whether you’re an old hand at using your clicker with your dog or have barely heard of this useful technique, you’ll w…
 
Episode Notes The September episode of the GDUI Juno report is now airing on ACB Radio Mainstream, see schedule below. This month we feature Rebecca Minelga, a certified first aid provider for both humans and dogs. Rebecca and Winnipeg, her tenth puppy from Guide Dogs for the Blind, demonstrate how to safely and effectively diagnose and treat a num…
 
This month we feature the 2020 Visions from the Guide Dog schools as told by representatives of the schools at the ACB virtual Conference and convention. This session has not made it to the convention podcast stream yet so it seemed good to bring you these highlights in case you missed the convention presentation, and they’re worth hearing again. R…
 
This month's Juno Report is titled Moans, Groans and Grumbles.z It is an edited presentation from our 2019 GDUI convention given by two professors from the University of North Georgia. They have done some extensive study on the impacts of working a guide dog both on the dog and on the handler in terms of pain and injury. This is an area of interest…
 
So much has happened since our last Juno Report. So we have diverted from our usual format to bring you excerpts from a recent conference call this week sponsored by GDUI and BPI called Entertaining Your dog. We learned lots of ways to keep your dog motivated and entertained and manageable during this stressful time. More resources were shared than…
 
We are excited to bring you yet another fun episode of the Juno report. This month we feature another segment of the GDUI program from the 2019 convention. This time we’re exploring the intricacies of pet food with Doctor Renee Streeter who is a vetinary nutritionist. Warning: your dog may get hungry hearing all about this, but you probably won’t.…
 
We are excited to bring you yet another fun episode of the Juno report. This month we begin with Guide Dog school Tails, a summary of what’s happening at most of the major guide dog schools in North America as told at the GDUI summer convention. And we wrap up with an announcement from GDUI reminding all of us that it’s time to pay 2020 dues.…
 
That’s right! After a longer than expected absence, Guide Dog Users Inc. is delighted to announce all new episodes of the Juno Report. This month’s episode features the luncheon presentation from the 2019 Guide Dog Users Inc. convention. Learn about GDUI Treasurer Lynn Merrill’s lifelong dream to climb Maine’s highest peak, Mount Katahdin and how s…
 
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