Today, Friday February 14, saw a plethora of Seeing Eye Dogs staff, volunteers, and dogs, head to Southern Cross Station in the name of love. They were there to help raise awareness of our Puppy Caring program. This was done under the guise of PALentine's Day.
As you've probably guessed, PALentine's Day is our take on Valentine's Day. What better way to spread love is there than to ope your heart and home to one of our amazing pups for 12-15 months?
While the event only lasted an hour and a half, we were lucky in that we had HUNDREDS of people passing through learning about the program, and of course, taking photos with our amazing dogs.
We've included some of the highlights below!
We'd like to thank the AMAZING team at Southern Cross Station for accommodating us with this installation, as well as the hundreds of people who passed through. It was absolutely amazing to see so many people excited about becoming puppy carers!