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A guide to animal sponsorship

Sponsoring or adopting an animal is quick and easy to do online. The main places to sponsor or adopt an animal are: Buyagift or WWF. In each place when you sponsor or adopt an animal you get a gift pack including details of the animal and lots of extras.

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Sponsor a guide dog puppy

By staff writers
14 Feb 2007
You can sponsor a puppy direct here through guide dogs for the blind.

There has never been a better way to adopt an animal online.

If you are looking for a meaningful, alternative gift this Christmas to give to friends and family, then sponsoring a guide dog puppy on someone else's behalf is ideal.

At just six weeks old the puppies of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association are just like any others - playful, mischievous and full of life. But within just 18 months they will become some of the most responsible dogs in the country, fully qualified working guide dogs –the eyes of a visually impaired person.

Guide dogs for the blind have made it possible to sponsor a guidedog puppy as a gift for your friends or family. Not only is it a unique gift idea, but your gift will support a puppy through the ups and downs of its early training and will also help someone have a more independent life forever.

By visiting the website, you can give the sponsorship gift to friends or family, who will then receive a sponsorship gift pack.

The gift pack includes a cuddly toy, sponsorship certificate, sponsorship card, background details of the puppy and information on the specific work undertaken by the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

Click here to find out more about sponsoring a puppy direct through guide dogs for the blind.


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