Little Maggie is now six-months-old and has already learned many of the basic obedience commands that will be used when she goes out into the world as part of a Guide Dog partnership. Although this was Maggies first visit, the staff at Moo Music, whose national headquarters is in Appledore, have heard all about her progress over the last few months since they raised £2,500 to choose her name. Ant Parker, of Moo Music, said: It was really exciting to meet Maggie. It was great to find out all about the training and what her personality is like and we hope that she will go on to make somebody a very special guide dog one day. Krissie Isaac, from Guide Dogs, added: Puppy visits are really special. People get to see that all the time and effort they put into fundraising was worthwhile when they get to meet the dog that they named. It costs just under £57,000 to support a Guide Dog partnership from the birth of the pup to its retirement and Guide Dogs does not receive any Government funding for this service. Without the generosity of public donations, they would be unable to support the 4,500 Guide Dog partnerships in the UK. If you would like to find out how you could Name a Puppy call the South West Mobility Team on 0345 143 0204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.