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.
A blind plaintiff will receive careful instruction to come to court with his seeing-eye dog, and to dab at his eyes with a handkerchief." Tort reform proposals, such as California's Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act, regularly aim to cap these awards in the $250,000 range.
A few feet away, his seeing-eye dog, Xxon, gnaws contentedly on a chew toy.
A blind plaintiff will receive careful instruction to come to court with his seeing-eye dog, and to dab at his eyes with a handkerchief." Tort reform proposals regularly aim to cap these awards in the $250,000 range, such as California's Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act.
"The Lions Club supports Fidelco (Guide Dog Foundation Inc.), which is the seeing-eye dog program, and helping veterans through Canines for Combat Veterans went nicely with the Fidelco idea."
A RESTAURANT that refused a blind man entry because a waiter thought his seeing-eye dog was "gay" has been ordered to apologise and pay compensation.
"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.
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.