Australia’s newest guide dog trainees go on ‘Paw Patrol’ with new names

Queensland's newest trainee guide dogs have had their big naming day with the litter adopting the names from the popular children's television show 'Paw Patrol'.

While the likes of Marshal, Chase, Skye, Liberty, Rubble and Zuma are names you'd typically associate with animated rescue dogs – their real-life counterparts are putting the slogan "no job too big, no pup too small" into reality.

Guide Dogs Australia CEO Karen Hayes said the seven-month-old pups have "a big role" ahead of them.

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"They set off of Guide Dogs Australia's training program, which will see them go into make a difference in the lives of people in the community," Ms Hayes said.

You can donate to your favourite Paw Patrol Guide Dog Pup as part of Pawgust, the foundation's annual fundraising event.

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