Irish Guide Dogs
“Having a Guide Dog means freedom – freedom to live a full, happy family life.”
“Before I got a Guide Dog life was ok. Now life is incredible.”
“Now, with an Assistance Dog by her side, Cori feels secure, and in control, which creates a calming effect on her.”
“Toby has changed our lives massively. And not just for Conor. He’s changed things for the whole family. For all of us.”
“Yani has absolutely opened our eyes for the future.”
“Yaba has completely changed the meaning of family life for us.”
“Everything changed for us when Yolo came along. Literally every aspect of our lives has changed for the better.”
At the age of eleven months, Ed developed measles and lost the sight in one of his eyes.
“I love being able to give so much happiness to so many people.”
One of the most prolific Volunteers Irish Guide Dogs has ever had, Phil Geoghegan has helped raise almost €1 million for the charity over the course of the last 28 years.