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Guide Dogs

who said seeing eye dogs were just for people

Youwho has a buddy, Oliver. He is Youwho's guide dog when he comes over to play. Oliver will run around the yard and Youwho will follow. Oliver and Youwho get lots of exercise together and Youwho does not get hurt. Youwho follows Oliver everywhere. Oliver leads Youwho to the water when they have been running for a long time. To have another dog in the family would be a good thing for your new blind and deaf dog. Although you have to be very careful that the dog you have with your blind and deaf dog does not guard food or toys and has no problems whatsoever with your blind and deaf dog since your blind and deaf dog will not be able to see or hear signals from the other dog. A dog that can see and hear is not going to run into a car or probably go near a car, so a guide dog is just another safety tool for a blind and deaf dog. Also, it has been a lot of fun for Youwho to have a playmate around.