Thursday, 17 May 2007

A great little dog.


Any person who is blind or vision impaired can be considered for a Guide Dog to assist them with their mobility needs and to enhance their independence.
Guide Dogs S.A, provide quality, services for people with a sensory loss.

Here, in Victoria Square, Adelaide, this brilliant little Labrador has just escorted his master from the tram and is now waiting for the lights to change.
I reckon, that's wonderful and "Guide Dogs SA" are wonderful too.

9 comments:

lynn said...

Wonderful animals, yes.

Updates of Madeleine search at my blog, M et Mme. in comments box.

M.Benaut said...

Motlo grazie signorina

Abraham Lincoln said...

Thank God for guide dogs and for dogs period. I like them. And the jobs they do are amazing.

Monica said...

How can anyone not love dogs!

alice said...

I like these dogs and Golden too! Life is so difficult for blind people...Do the lights ring when they are red, like in Sydney?

Dsole said...

wow, they're amazing uh? i think it's almost a miracle that a dog can take care in that way of a blind person. Amazing.
And your photo is great, I like this kind of street-scene shots! Nice!

Martel said...

Hello, I present my blog photographs to you on a small city : Martel. in the Quercy (the black perigord in France), the area of the foie gras and the omelette to boletus.

mon blog of photographs on the town of Martel.

M.Benaut said...

Bonlour, Martel et tous mes bons amis.

Encore.

Aujourd'hui a été un autre jour triste dans notre famille. Le père de la Madame est mort ce matin.

Today has been another sad day in our family. The father of madame died this morning.

I will return to welcome you all at a later time.

Jilly said...

A lovely dog - young too.