Leader Dogs for the Blind
Leader Dogs for the Blind visited Detroit Metropolitan Airport Wednesday to train nearly 15 dogs that may one day become guide dogs for the legally blind.
A spokesperson for Leader Dogs for the Blind says it was against the law for a taxi company in Saginaw to have denied a blind woman and her service dog a ride.
Animal lovers interested in volunteering opportunities in the Detroit area have many organizations to choose from.
“We don’t have enough police to stop murders, much less stop people from hauling around pseudo service dogs.”
A Michigan woman who raises puppies for a cause has reached a record-breaking milestone.
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Leader Dogs for the Blind, the Rochester-based organization that places free guide dogs with blind and visually impaired people around the world, has added high-tech training in spoken-word GPS devices to its services.