Charity appeal for dog lovers to transform lives

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Jean Everitt from Friends of the Earth, Cllr Trevor Cartwright, Cllr Rob Humby, Cllr Graham Burgess, Jean MacGrory from Hampshire County Council with Callum Manson, Thomas Houghton and Skye Maccoll from Rowner Junior School. Picture: David George

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A CHARITY is launching a new ‘puppy socialising’ scheme to help transform the lives of deaf people.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is appealing for volunteers in Fareham to help to train puppies.

Tony Lewry has been volunteer for four years and he said: ‘Volunteering is so rewarding and it can be a roller coaster of emotions but I wouldn’t change a thing.’

Volunteering Manager at the charity Victoria Leedham said: ‘We are delighted to be launching our puppy socialising scheme.

‘The new project will enable the charity to train more puppies to change the lives of deaf people.’

For information visit hearingdogs.org.uk/puppysocialising