From still cars to baby strollers, beam dogs understanding with some-more distractions than ever

LOS ANGELES
– Guide dogs and their handlers have always undergone heated training on trade with distractions from squirrels to skateboarders. But today’s beam dogs have a whole new era of things to worry about: still cars, button-activated travel signals, hiker trade on disabled curb-cuts, and a larger odds of interacting with other dogs.

“It used to be we encountered other dogs mostly on sidewalks while we were going down a street,” pronounced Morgan Watkins, behaving boss and arch executive officer of Guide Dogs for a Blind, that has campuses in San Rafael,

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