December 11, 2012
I have been a volunteer almost from the first day this organization got started. It is an amazing cause that gives visually impaired people in Israel the mobility and independence that only a guide dog can provide. The puppies are born and raised in Israel - and are trained to respond to Hebrew commands! They also provide love and companionship to people who are trapped in darkness. The othere thing about a guide dog is that they help their master to meet new friends. Most people avoid a visually impaired person walking with a cane, but take that same person walking down the street with a guide dog, and people will approach them and start conversations. Dogs are great ice-breakers!
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