10 hearing dog puppies inspired by the Olympics

Posted by Matt Sadler

Our hearing dog puppies and dogs in training have been inspired by the Tokyo Olympic games! Find out which Olympic sports they've been trying out as they go for gold.

1. It's a photo finish between our 100m runners Vesper and Flash

Black Labradors Vesper (left) and Flash running towards the camera

2. Zyla is favourite for wrestling gold after pinning her half-sister Brie.

Cocker spaniel puppy Zyla with her paws on cocker spaniel Brie's face

3. Super-strong Pluto is a natural weightlifter

Yellow Labrador puppy Pluto with a red dog toy in his mouth which looks like a dumbbell

4. Cocker spaniel Bear is canoeing his way to that Olympic gold medal

Cocker spaniel Bear on a boat in the river, wearing a dog life-jacket

5. This black Lab has a seriously impressive high jump

6. Watch out Novak Djokovic, hearing dog Duke is ace at tennis

Cocker spaniel Duke lying next to a large number of tennis balls with one tennis ball in his mouth

7. Caddie lives up to her name and is putting her way to golfing glory

Black Labrador Caddie sitting next to a set of golf clubs, which include a golf head cover of a fluffy black Labrador

8. Pippin is the current long jump world record holder

9. Cosmo has invented his very own swimming stroke! His first attempt may have been slightly unorthodox with his back paws on the ground, but he went straight back in for round two

10. And finally, hearing dog Valley is diving towards that podium place

Meet the pups in our Puppy Training Scheme

These cute puppies are training to become life-changers. Sponsor them from £3 a month and follow their journey as they learn how to help a deaf person.

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Hi everyone, I'm Matt and I look after the Charity's social media, blog and e-newsletter.

I spend a lot of my day talking about our hearing dog superstars - it's a hard life!

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