[nagdu] process of getting in to the seeing eye
buddy at brannan.name
Thu Aug 27 19:57:23 UTC 2015
Every criteria that you put on your application as a must have will definitely increase your wait time. If you, for instance, will take nothing but a female golden, you could be passing up the perfect dog temperament wise just because it's a black male Labrador. While people certainly have breed preferences, I would say sure, express those, but don't be too upset if you have to wait. More important, to my mind anyway, would be working characteristics, like pace, pull, how much or how little work you might expect from your dog each day, do you have a routine or should your dog be able to roll with the punches?
I'm frankly a little surprised you're asking these questions now, where you didn't when you applied to Pilot.
Buddy Brannan, KB5ELV - Erie, PA
Email: buddy at brannan.name
> On Aug 27, 2015, at 3:44 PM, starmy22--- via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I just wanted to let everyone know that I have started the process of getting in to the Seeing Eye.
> To get my new guide dog.
> I’m going to wait untill next Spring, summer and or fall.
> On my application, I picked female as my preference.
> I like being spacific about my guide dog.
> my first question: will gender effect how long of a wait I have before I can get admitted in to the school?
> I also have a breed preference. I like Golden Retrievers because I have been around them while living at home and I am use to how there temperments.
> Will breed also effect of how long I will have to wait to get my guide dog?
> I do apologize for making so many posts and asking so many questions.
> On the Seeing eye freequently asked questions page, it says 4 months.
> I’m just wondering if it takes longer or not.
> I hope to hear from you soon.
> John Sanders
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