Seeing Eye


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Seeing Eye

A trademark for a dog trained to lead a blind or visually impaired person.
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The Centre is one of the final parts of the redevelopment of Seeing Eye Dogs Australia.
Even before he could open his mouth, the doorman said "don't tell me that a Chihuahua is the latest type of seeing eye dog.
This is a biography of Dorothy Harrison Eustis(1886-1946), founder of The Seeing Eye, the first guide dog school in the United States.
The experience brought me full circle from raising puppies for Leader Dogs for the Blind, an institution similar to the Seeing Eye, to handling a trained dog.
And Kollmer, 18, isn't just any Seeing Eye puppy-raiser.
The term "Seeing Eye" dog is a registered trademark of The Seeing Eye Inc.
I have to work just as hard, if not harder," says George McGuinness, who became director of administration and finance at The Seeing Eye, North America's pioneer dog guide school, after being merged out of his CFO status at a New Jersey bank.
For details, see "Auditing: Seeing Eye to Eye," JofA, May 97, page 4.
I asked her for a picture, and was thrilled the following day, to receive a beautiful portrait of Miss Keller with her two beautiful Seeing Eye police dogs -- and on it, this inscription: `I would gladly trade my two dogs for your two "dogs.
What you're suggesting is that you were in Oakwood as a tabula rasa on which events inscribed themselves on you, the seeing eye, a blank eye which recorded everything that happened, reality as it is.
His book My Eyes Have a Cold Nose (1946) tells of Chevigny's sudden affliction and the way he trained himself to go on living and working with the help of his boxer dog Wizard, trained at the Seeing Eye School at Whippany, New Jersey.
The nation's first guide dog school -- The Seeing Eye -- was founded on this date 80 years ago in Nashville, Tennessee.