Fuzzy pups being trained to be guides for the blind

  • Animals
  • Monday, 28 Mar 2022

Moira, a nine-week-old Labrador puppy sniffs the camera after dropping her stick during a Guiding Eyes for the Blind foundation class at Talbot Community Center, in Easton, Maryland, the United States, recently. This exercise helps a puppy with the "leave it" command. Photos: AP/Carolyn Kaster

Wiggles, kisses, and puppy breath.

The five eight-week-old Labrador Retriever and German Shepherd puppies were open-hearted balls of fluff when they first arrived at Tipton Airport in Fort Meade, Maryland, the United States, earlier this month.

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