NBC Revealed

What happens behind the scenes at the National Breeding centre? Matthew Bottomley, head of breeding programme, gives us an insight into the painstaking work that goes on to ensure the pups we breed go on to become Guide Dogs.

Mum and puppies at National Breeding Centre

Did you know?

The new centre will allow us to increase our capacity to breed puppies from 1,100 to 1,500 a year which is a key part of our ambition to get more blind and partially sighted people out and about. 




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