Guide-dog sentence example

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  • Although every guide dog needs to be reasonably obedient, there are times when obeying a handler's command could put that person in harm's way.
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  • The present owner has the option of keeping his longtime companion, along with his next guide dog.
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  • The life of a guide dog is not one of carefree play, but dogs that are suited to this work seem to take a great deal of satisfaction from caring for their special companions.
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  • In 1988, Wally Cochran of the Royal Guide Dogs in Australia received a request from a woman needing a guide dog which would not exacerbate her husband's dog allergy.
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  • One area where mutual adjustment may be necessary is with those blind students who have a personal guide dog.
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  • A vision impaired woman in Hawaii needed a Guide Dog which wouldn't aggravate her husband's allergies.
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  • Pups that do make the grade progress to guide dog training school, where they receive the in depth training that will prepare them for life as a companion for the blind.
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  • The life of a guide dog is a bit different from the average pet.
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