Here’s dentist colleague Liz Glass with one of her six new pups – delivered by Twiggy her golden labrador.
The team all visited Liz at home to see the pups – four ‘boys’ and two ‘girls’ – not long after they were born back in December and we’ve been interested to learn whenever each finds a new owner.
This little chap – 8 weeks old on Tuesday – is very special as he’s been signed up by the Canine Partners charity which provides ‘assistance dogs’ for people with disabilities.
He’ll undergo 18 months of training before being allocated to his ‘partner’ and owner…
Liz tells us he had to undergo a short training assessment when the charity people came to visit. He passed!
Liz has given him the Kennel Club registered name of “Glasgow Wish Come True”. Her clinic colleagues know him as Pfad (acronym for Philip Friel Advanced Dentistry).
The team here at our Glasgow dental clinic is looking forward to hear of his progress as he heads off on Tuesday to start training for his role.
The charity site gives you more info on the great work they do…click here
You can see a video of the puppy at our Facebook page by clicking here