a puppy and
change a life!
Sponsor a gorgeous guide dog puppy from just £1 a week, and watch them grow from a six-week-old bundle of fur to a fully-qualified guide dog. It's a great way to support Guide Dogs, and every puppy's journey is unique! After 24 months of training, your puppy will give freedom and independence to someone with sight loss, giving you the chance to sponsor another new recruit!Choose your puppy
or read on to learn what you get when you sponsor.
When you sponsor a puppy you’ll receive…
- Regular Pupdates - following your puppy's journey
- Photo album and photos of your pup
- A personalised certificate
- A gorgeous calendar at the end of each year
- A fridge magnet
Ways to sponsor a puppy
You could help transform the life of someone who is blind or partially sighted. From as a little as £1 a week.
Puppy sponsorship makes the perfect gift for a loved one.
Follow the steps to sponsoring a guide dog puppy either by direct debit or a one off donation and download your certificate and puppy photo straight away! Alternatively you can call our Supporter Care Team on 0800 953 0113 (we're here 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday).
This fluffy pup is only six weeks old in this picture. Libby is a confident and affectionate pup who captures the heart of everyone she meets. She loves making new friends wherever she goes.
By sponsoring Libby, you’ll be kept up to date throughout her journey to become a life-changing guide dog. You can even sponsor Libby as a gift for someone special and print the photo and certificate straight away!
Gorgeous Farah is six weeks old in this picture. She’s an energetic pup with a playful personality! She loves to be the leader of the pack when bounding around the play pen with her puppy pals.
By sponsoring Farah, you’ll become part of her incredible adventure to change the life of someone with sight loss. You could even sponsor Farah as a gift for a special someone and print a certificate and photo today!
Bolt is just six weeks old in this picture. This cheeky chap is very adventurous. He loves nothing more than sprinting around the garden in the sunshine and then cuddling up with his sister Farah for a nap.
By sponsoring Bolt you'll be following his progress to become a qualified guide dog. Why not sponsor Bolt as a gift for someone special? You can print the photo and their certificate straight away!
Paul lost his sight gradually and now all he can see is black. "Now I’ve been partnered with a wonderful yellow labrador called Oscar. I feel like I’ve got my life back."— Paul and his wife Elaine
“ Life would be very difficult without these fantastic dogs, Scooby is number seven and I couldn’t do half of what I do without them. The fact that I can get out and be independent and be free and do what I want to when I want to do it is just fantastic. ”— Elizabeth and Scooby
“ Everything completely changes when you have a dog, you feel like you can go anywhere and you’ve company. The confidence that a dog gives you is incredible; it brings your life back again. ”— Sally and Yoko
“ I am proud to be sponsoring Isaac, helping him on his journey helping others ”— Riley Louro, 2 and a half year old
“ I was 23 years old when I lost my eye sight. My first guide dog changed my life completely, she gave me purpose again, she gave me a reason to get up in the morning and get out. She gave me a reason to carry on living ”— Lucy and Rocky
“ I LOVE getting my Pupdates, I keep my photos in the wee album too. Keep them coming ”— Debs Haynes
“ My days are really varied. That’s the beauty of having a guide dog – you can be spontaneous and still remain independent. With a long cane you wouldn’t be able to be that spontaneous.”— Mahomed and Vargo
“ I am sponsoring five guide dogs puppies they are Angel, Dasher, Ivy, Isaac and Hudson. We have got all five Pupdates and they are all doing great and have grown so much! We love hearing about our five sponsored dogs ”— Michelle Louise Wright Davies
“ I just knew that deep down me and Nugget were going to have a very good partnership for the rest of our lives. It was brilliant, I’ve finally found a companion. I don’t just see him as my guide dog, he’s a best friend to me. ”— Justin and Nugget
“ I remember walking along next to a fence, and my mobility instructor was walking along behind me, and all of a sudden she was just like “you do realise you’re walking a guide dog on your own! ”— Lucy and Olivia
“ I love the Pupdates and have four pictures of Harley on my fridge and people who come to visit always comment on what a handsome boy he is. Don’t stop doing what you are doing ”— Julia Ive