Guide dogs for the blind

Friday, September 22nd, 2017 Service Dogs Comments
Guide dogs for the blind

Guide dogs for the blind are usually with handler wearing sunglasses or using cane.  They wear a harness and focus on the surroundings in order to help their owner navigate the world.  This dog may not appear to be working, but is always searching and following the commands of the handler.  Guide dogs must be large enough to navigate stairs and potentially uneven ground and have enough weight and inertia to guide the handler successfully.

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