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>From: <mailto:noreply at seeingeye.org>The Seeing Eye, Inc.
>To: <mailto:mewhalen at gmail.com>Meghan Whalen
>Sent: Monday, December 13, 2010 1:28 PM
>Subject: Alert: Take the Dog Attack Survey
>To view as a Webpage, 
>The Seeing Eye, Inc.
>***Please forward to other guide dog handlers in 
>the United States and Canada***
>Dear Fellow Guide Dog Handlers,
>One of the biggest dangers we face as we travel 
>with our guide dogs is attacks or interference 
>from aggressive dogs. In an attempt to help 
>increase awareness of this problem and the 
>importance of responsible dog ownership for the 
>pet owning public, The Seeing Eye has launched a 
>survey across the U.S. and Canada that will take 
>an in-depth look at dog attacks and interference.
>The survey is open to all guide dog handlers in 
>the United States and Canada and we will share 
>our summary results upon request. We’re using 
>an online service that we know to be user 
>friendly for screen readers, so we strongly 
>encourage you to participate and tell any other 
>guide dog users you know about this opportunity 
>by forwarding this email or sharing the call-in number.
>It’s very important that we get responses from 
>people who have not encountered problems with 
>other dogs as well as those who have, no matter 
>which school their dogs are from. The data we 
>collect from the survey will be essential in 
>making our case with law enforcement and animal 
>control officers as well as with legislators as 
>we urge them to enact or strengthen laws to 
>protect guide dog teams. The survey will take 
>between 5 to 20 minutes depending on your 
>answers. You may access the survey at the 
>following link: 
>For those of you who can't or don't want to take 
>the survey online, you can call The Seeing Eye's 
>main number, 800-539-4425, and ask for extension 
>1520. You will be asked to leave your name and 
>phone number, and a volunteer will call you to 
>conduct the survey by telephone. The preferred 
>method though is to take the survey online, so I 
>ask you to utilize that method if at all possible.
>All those who respond by Friday, January 7, 
>2011, will be entered in a raffle to win a $100 gift card.
>Thank you all, in advance, for helping us to 
>better understand the scope of the issue  and to 
>work toward a solution to dog interference and dog attacks.
>Jim Kutsch
>President & CEO
>The Seeing Eye, Inc.
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