Cub Scouts Learn About Seeing Eye Dogs


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On Saturday, February 24, Verona Pack 32 Cub Scouts visited The Seeing Eye in Morristown to learn about the world’s oldest guide dog school’s history, breeding program, dog training and graduate success stories.

The Scouts are learning how people live with disabilities that affect their sight, hearing, dexterity, and mobility; and with this new understanding, they can help educate their peers and prevent the hurtful exclusion of others. The Scouts are pictured with a Seeing Eye® dog named “Friday”, a yellow lab who serves as an ambassador for the school.

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