To explain how Seeing Eye dogs are trained to ignore their instincts, I’m going to use an example. Juno is, of course, our working dog. Fluffy will be our civilian dog. Here’s how Juno learns to ignore Fluffy:
What to do when your service dog is attacked by another dog.what to do when you see a dog attacking a service dog team. How to reduce dog-on-service-dog-violence.
Being blind takes longer.
And on the subject of storms, this wouldn’t be a true guide-dog blog if I didn’t share at least one story where my dog protected me from potential harm. So let’s talk about Prada and tornados.
You may now pick up the harness handle and resume your trip.
Today your favorite blindfluencer asks you to write down one of your many cute puppy stories and send it to me! It just might get featured on The Dark Side.
And be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving one another just as in Christ, God forgave you.
Good things in life are rarely as fragile as our fears of failure would have us believe.
I like to think of it as contributing to the overall evolution of my culture into one of inclusivity. It takes time, time I’m willing to invest up front, for people to adapt internal belief scheme to one of total inclusivity.
“What do I do with my service dog when I’m on stage?”