guide dog

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guide dog

n.
A dog that has been specially trained to guide a blind or visually impaired person.

guide dog

A dog specifically trained to assist blind or partially sighted persons with mobility.
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By the end of that year, 17 blind men and women had the opportunity to regain their independence and dignity with their own Seeing Eye dogs. The school moved from Tennessee to New Jersey in 1931 and since then has matched over 13,000 specially bred and trained Seeing Eye dogs with 6,000 blind men and women from around the world and from all socioeconomic levels and professions.
His pursuit of independence would inspire a host of others in this moving story which reads like fiction with all its drama, but holds true facts about the first seeing eye dog.
As for Seeing Eye dogs, the term was trademarked only 20 years ago, so I can be forgiven my early transgressions.
Different than specially trained service animals like Seeing Eye dogs, these animals typically are used to provide comfort and lessen the symptoms of their human companion's emotional or mental health issue.
We look forward to the next 90 years, and beyond, as we continue to be an innovator and pioneer in the field of breeding, raising and training outstanding Seeing Eye dogs for people who are blind and visually impaired," said Seeing Eye President and CEO Jim Kutsch.
We all know about seeing eye dogs guiding the blind.
Seeing Eye Dogs Australia - Free Puppies Forever - McCann Melbourne - Australia
It will provide a controlled and safe environment for clients of all ages to use various aids, mobility devices and Seeing Eye Dogs to develop and learn new orientation and mobility skills.
Note that prior to 2002, Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA) employed dog guide instructors with no O&M training, so they were not included in the 2002 census.
Almost a year ago this month, I toured the Seeing Eye School of Morristown, N.J., helped staff transport seeing eye dogs to nearby New York City and then, while blindfolded, was taught how to harness a dog and "walk blind" through New York streets.
I had a patient who volunteered for Seeing Eye dogs, which could be great for pet enthusiasts."
Though ostensibly set in the present, pie takes place in a "timeless" world without Braille, Seeing Eye dogs or computers for the blind, and so willfully old-fashioned that even a white cane is deemed too high-tech.