And connected with her tail. Yes, I had put the harness on her hind end.
We’ve all seen the homeless folks with dogs. Some like the dogs for protection, others for companionship, and some probably are able to panhandle a little more successfully.
Guide Dogs for the Blind recently opened a satellite office in Portland to train guide dogs. After all, many dogs will have owners who live in cities, and the dogs will need to learn how to navigate a crowded environment.
But the trainers have run into an unexpected problem: homeless people with unleashed aggressive dogs. In a worst-case scenario, these dogs could make it so that the guidedog can’t be one - a cost that amounts to thousands of dollars.
Read more about this issue here.