Fairmont Washington Canine Ambassador Georgie

Georgie, Canine Ambassador

While many hotels have gone pet-friendly, we have taken care of a new level by adopting a puppy from Guiding Eyes for the Blind to serve as the hotel's Canine Ambassador. Georgie, a three-year old female Labrador, has a comfortable part-time home in the hotel lobby where she greets guests during the day. Come evening, she heads home with Mark Huntley, Regional Vice President and General Manager.


"Every Guiding Eyes dog is an extraordinary animal born with a purpose. Puppies receive a tremendous amount of early training and socialization during the first few weeks of life, and though not every pup is suited for guide work, many go on to other exciting careers or may become exceptional companions and pets. That's how Georgie came to become Fairmont's new Canine Ambassador, and we're thrilled for her to join the Fairmont family."
Kathy Zubricky, VP of Training Programs, Guiding Eyes for the Blind
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