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The Inspiring Story Behind The First Guide Dogs In America

Courtesy of The Seeing Eye

In 1929, Morris Frank, a blind insurance salesman, and Dorothy Harrison Eustis, a dog trainer, cofounded the Seeing Eye to teach the visually impaired to work with guide dogs the nonprofit breeds and trains. Today the pioneering program, in Morristown, New Jersey, is the oldest of its kind in the country. As the Seeing Eye’s new crop of students reports to class this month, we break down its visionary mission by the numbers.

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