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Bringing you all the latest news from Guide Dogs Cymru as well as features from our staff, volunteers and guide dog owners.
North Wales guide dog owners Buddug Lloyd-Jones and Elfyn Evans, with their dogs Freya and Bruce, were among the first to try out a new fleet of talking buses launched in Bangor in March 2014.
Arriva Buses Wales unveiled 15 state-of-the-art new single deckers to run between Llandudno and Caernarfon, providing passengers with audible and visual information about the next stop and final destination of the bus.
Do you live near the coast?
Guide Dog Mobility Instructor, Lisa McDonald, has reported instances of a dangerous substance being washed up at Porthcawl, Ogmore and a number of other Welsh beaches.
The mixture of palm oil and detergent appears as a thick white substance, and can be fatal to dogs if eaten.
Please be careful when walking or free running guide dogs and puppies.
Guide Dogs Cymru is calling for a change in the law after a guide dog was attacked and injured just yards from her owner's home.
Julie Rees, of Swansea, screamed for help as a loose dog flew at black Labrador Gwen, who was working and in harness. The attacker clamped its jaws around the guide dog's throat as she yelped in pain.
Pontypool RFC has chosen Guide Dogs Cymru as its charity of the season. Christian Hyde and his guide dog Sasha went along to Pontypool Park to meet club captain Luke Dyckhoff, launching the club's bid to raise enough money to Name a Puppy by the end of the season. Fans will have the final say on the name - but what will it be?