Previously known as Howler K9 Academy

Guide Dogs for the Blind UPDATE September 2021

Due to the nature of the work that these dogs will be doing, there are very strict regulations regarding their behaviour and personalities. Should dogs fail the training, it does not mean that they have done anything wrong, it just means that possibly their personalities are not suited for this type of work. With this in mind I would like to announce that as of September 20201 we only have 2 dogs remanining in the training program. The other dogs have been rehomed to loving families that suit their personalities better. These 2 dogs are Winston and Ody. However please note that they still have about 2.5 years left of training so anything an happen...

Guide Dogs for the Blind in the UAE

In light of recent events with Covid-19, it has been decieded to postpone to training of Diabetic Alert dogs until life has returned to a somewhat normal situation. As the puppies have already been born that were suppose to be used for the Diabetic Alert training, we have decieded to address another important issue facing the UAE and Middle East in general. This is the issue of the Sight Impaired (Blind) community. Guide dogs have been used for assistance animals for the blind for many years in all parts of the world, and now that companion animals such as dogs are becoming more common and more accepted in the Middle East, the time is perfect to implement assistance dogs for the sight impaired in the Middle East community. We recently displayed at the SightME exhibition in Sharjah UAE and the response from the sight impaired community was astounding. 

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