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a dog trained to guide the blind

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Blind Dog Rescue UK is a small charity which works to rescue and rehome blind and partially-sighted dogs.
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance is dedicated to assisting dogs in need in shelters as well blind dog owners.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska -- A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester, Alaska, home during a cold snap has been reunited with her owner.
Dubai: A blind dog that went missing from a Jumeirah Village Triangle (JVT) villa created quite a stir in Dubai last week as animal lovers mounted a massive search, making SOS calls, frantic appeals on online forums and the radio.
KICKED out into the cold just before Christmas, blind dog Basil was left to fend for himself.
The event, which was organised by charity Guide Dogs, was carried out to highlight how blind dog owners are struggling to access public venues and services.
Run by the proprietors of the Blind Dog Restaurant and Sushi (also within the complex), the Yard cafe will open be open daily from 11:30 a.
And at the end of the hunt, it was tough to tell who was happier, the blind dog or her proud boss.
The criminals mistook the deaf and almost blind dog for a puppy which they could sell on, but they dumped her in an alleyway when they realised their mistake.
Field Guide to North American Guilt Outcroppings of the oldest forms have weathered into mountain stubs, blunt incisors of a blind dog the household skirts around.
THERE'S an old saying in rural America that every once in a while, even a blind dog can find a bone.
A beggar and his a blind dog, a noblewoman crippled by the falling elephant, a nun who oversees the local orphanage, a policeman and his wife who have no children of their own, a crippled former stonecutter hired to scoop elephant poop, the elephant, the boy Peter and his sister Adele form an ensemble cast who confront life's deepest questions in their nighttime dreams, and who, each in their own small way, contribute to the tale's simple yet miraculous conclusion.
I once saw a very old, sick and blind dog for sale, and a female with her puppies," she said.
For unfortunately she's not alone: there's Boris the six month old kitten with smashed legs who happily gets around on his knees; the Five Musketeers, five sickly kittens (now sadly four) hand-raised since birth after their mother died; BD, the grossly overweight bulldog (as wide as he is long), who seems only to have been fed during his short life (and has recently been adopted and put on a strict diet and fitness regime); Necklace, the brain damaged kitten, who is gaining strength and agility by the day through good nutrition and lots of love and care; Sugar, the blind dog, who gets around just fine as long as the furniture isn't moved; and Transy, the hermaphroditic cat, who has 'plumbing' problems and requires an operation to correct it.
Sarita and Phil Barnet launched the initiative after adopting a blind dog from K9 Friends that was rescued after being found caged up outside.