Pooches who help people with low vision or blindness across the country will take a video call this International Guide Dog Day.
Working Guide Dogs will get their paws on video conferencing on Wednesday at noon to celebrate the day, with a three-week-old Labrador called Zoom among the dogs to brighten the day for Australians working at home amid coronavirus.
“Who’s ready for tomorrow’s puppy meeting on Zoom?,” Guide Dogs Australia wrote on Instagram.
“We don’t normally share photos of our pups when they’re this young, so here’s a very special look at Zoom (the puppy) when he was just four days old.
“Zoom is now over three weeks old and you can meet him and his other furry friends in tomorrow’s Zoom meeting from 12-12pm EST.”
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Who's ready for tomorrow's puppy meeting on Zoom?⠀ ⠀ We don't normally share photos of our pups when they're this young, so here's a very special look at Zoom (the puppy) when he was just four days old. Zoom is now over three weeks old and you can meet him and his other furry friends in tomorrow's Zoom meeting from 12-12pm EST (see link in bio for more details). #GuideDogsAustralia⠀ ⠀ [Image description: Zoom is a yellow Labrador puppy that is no larger than the size of an adult's hands. He is lying on his back with his two paws in front of him. His tongue is also slightly poking out of his mouth.]
We’ll see you there tomorrow (Wednesday, 29th April) at 12pm AEST!