seeing-eye dog


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seeing-eye dog

n
the US name for guide dog
Translations

seeing-eye dog

[ˌsiːɪŋˈaɪdɒg] N (US) → perro m guía
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She also told me that to have a seeing-eye dog, one must demonstrate the ability to lead the dog rather than having the dog lead you.
Barrera needed a seeing-eye dog to make it back to his corner from the first round but the officials let it continue.
Anna's disability initially is not described, but becomes evident at the end of the story in an illustration of Anna with her seeing-eye dog, Natalie.
In the more intimate environment of the Torrens Room (adjacent to the swimming pool) at the Old Adelaide Inn, Gypsy, a very beautiful seeing-eye dog, added his special charm to a memorable weekend of learning and sharing.
For example, an apartment owner should permit a blind person with a seeing-eye dog to keep the pet because of the resident's disability, even if the apartment community has a no-pets policy.
When an unfortunate accident blinds Sammy, she learns to adjust and explore the world with the aid of her seeing-eye dog Gus.
She writes a winning letter-from the perspective of her seeing-eye dog, telling how dogs have always helped soldiers during wars.
CATIE (below right) trained as a seeing-eye dog but developed cataracts so switched careers and is now the Canine Ambassador at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston (www.
But cartoonist Michael Ramirez did draw Dole with sticklike, skeletal legs (under the legend "Dead Man Walking"); Sean Delonas rendered him holding a cane, with a seeing-eye dog at his side; and Matt Davies put Dole's name over an unattended walker.