Celebrating our London heroes

Dogs Unite launched with a bang with our headline event on Saturday 14 June 2014, when thousands of super dogs and their owners descended on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to celebrate our guide dog heroes.

Actress Jorgie Porter, Britain’s Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey, Paralympic medallist Jade Etherington and Sex and the City actor Sean Palmer also joined the event to support Dogs Unite.

The day was a great success, and we would like to thank everyone who took part for being super heroes for the day and helping to change lives. Watch our heroic video below, or take a look at our Flickr album to see all the action!


Wondering how to send in your sponsor money? There are several ways that you can pay in the funds you’ve raised, just visit 'how to pay in your sponsorship' to find out more.

Guide Dogs doesn't receive any government funding, which is why you and your dog really are our heroes! Every hour, another person in the UK goes blind. There are over 4,700 guide dogs partnerships, and each and every one is life changing.

Why not get involved by taking part in a local Dogs Unite event or even organising your own sponsored walk?

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