Heroes In Harness





Via Irish Guide Dogs:

Not all heroes wear Capes, some wear harnesses. Help us transform a life one heroic dog at a time. Text WOOF to 50300 to donate €4 to Irish Guide Dog and for ‘The Love Of Dog’ please share it with everyone you know! Irish Guide Dogs will receive a minimum of €3.25 from each donation.


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12 thoughts on “Heroes In Harness

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I’ve been at a few Guide Dog events and think it’s a brilliant service.

    Sometimes, though, I feel a bit sorry for the poor old doggies. They seem so serious about their jobs: it makes me a bit sad for them. I know they get loads of love and appreciation, but they get no choice.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        They can, actually. Just not while they have their harness on. Its how they differentiate from ‘work’ and ‘play’.

        They are allowed to be petted, loved and played with, it’s just different for them. It’s all about the harness.

        1. bertie blenkinsop

          “It’s all about the harness.”

          I feel like I’ve waited my whole life to hear you say that Mildred.

          1. bertie blenkinsop

            Come in?
            You mean you knew all along that I was hiding in your shed and you left me there for the whole, long, cold winter?

          2. mildred st. meadowlark


            I thought it was funny…

            And there’s a chance Brother B may have put me up to it.

  2. Sheik Yahbouti

    I agree with you. Dogs give so much in affection, loyalty and service. These lads get eight years of servitude before they earn the right to just be dogs. Having said all that it is a charity well worth supporting and I’d urge everyone to do so.

    1. benblack

      There’s a joke in there regarding the Bus Éireann strikers, or have they done away with the dog logo?

      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        What about three-in-a-bed shenannigans in garden sheds? There has to be a joke there.

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