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Student struggles with guide dog training set-backs

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Failure to follow the guidelines can distract the dog and put the handler in a dangerous situation, according to the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind.

“It is excellent education for everyone for the rest of their lives,” Harvey said.

Sparks said she prefers to have a guide dog because they can work as a team, and she feels comforted and confident.

“I feel more free,” Sparks said. “I feel independent.”

Service animal etiquette, according to the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind:
— Do not touch, talk to, feed or distract the dog while it is wearing its harness.
— Do not treat the dog as a pet.
— Do not give the dog commands.
— Do not try to take control in situations unfamiliar to the dog or handler.
— Do not walk on the dog’s left side, as it may become distracted or confused.
— Do not attempt to grab or steer the handler while the dog is guiding the handler or attempt to hold the dog’s harness.
— Do not give the dog human food.
— Do not tease or abuse the dog.
— Do not allow pets to challenge or intimidate a guide dog.
— Do not pat the dog on the head.
— Individuals can stroke the dog on the shoulder area but only with the handler’s approval. Do not be offended if the handler says no.

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