Dog lovers in Dundee and Angus are being asked to volunteer their time to help look after guide dogs in training.
An information night is to be held at the end of the month for those wanting to find out more about providing a temporary home for the working animals.
The guide dogs need looked after for about three to six months at a time.
Those looking after the pups would need to be able to drop them off at “school” by 9am in Angus.
Guide dog coordinator Niki Merrilees said: “Volunteer boarders look after our guide dogs in training for about 10-26 weeks at a time.
“During the week, the dog attends training school during the day and learns everything it needs to become a fully-fledged guide dog.
“From Monday to Friday, boarders will need to be able to commit to dropping the dog off at our Forfar Training School in Orchardbank business park each morning between 8am and 9am and picking them up again every evening at around 5pm.”