[nagdu] Getting a Guide Dog

rhonda cruz rhondaprincess at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 16:10:29 UTC 2013

 hi i love pilot dogs, for that reason larry.
 they work with others needs,
 i got a good dog out of there.

On Sep 26, 2013, at 8:59 AM, Larry D. Keeler wrote:

> Well, I do know that Leader has a number of mobility training programs. Some also include cane travel. Like any other school, I've seen both good and bad teams from them. I also know you have to take a bus into town to do city work. One of the reasons I liked Pilot was you could do more realistic work in the city. They were off the city bus route so you could practice catching the bus and messing around downtown without waiting for a van. We used the van for country work or in the beginning for work in parks and such. By the end of class, folks were going in the van, on the bus and working the neighborhood. Depending what folks needed to work on, we could split up into smaller groups and work on it instead of making the whole class work on the same stuff. Leader however, has a lot of programs. Anywhere frome the summer camp for kids where they can try using a dog to brush up programs for students who feel they need to review techniques. I went to Pilot for the poodles! Otherwise, I probably would have went to Leader.  Notice the subject change! Dog Guide just doesn't sound right to me! It might be just me but I like putting what the dog does first. 
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