PTGDU president Pauline Lamontagne reports on her January 2010 Caribbean cruise and offers practical advice for first-time guide dog team cruisers.
PTGDU member Bobbi LaChance reports on her October 2009 presentation about guide dogs to students at the Poland Spings Academy.
PTGDU member discusses her February 2008 half marathon on ACB Radio's "Blind Like Me" show with host Phil Parr.
Most people have heard of The Seeing Eye, the first dog guide school in the United States. But before it was a school, "The Seeing Eye" was the name of an article written by Dorothy Harrison Eustis that appeared in the Saturday Evening Post on November 5, 1927.
Andrew Potok is an artist, author and advocate for persons with disabilities who lives in Montpellier, Vermont. In the story of "Dash and Me", he describes his experiences in getting adjusted to working and living with his first guide Dash.
Sue Martin was a founding member of the PTGDU and has authored several stories that focus on the joys and trials of working and living with dog guides. In "The Harnessing of Love", Sue writes about her guide Quoddy.
Quoddy was Sue's second dog guide. In "The Different Faces of Retirement", Sue discusses the decisions to retire both Quoddy and her first guide, Sadie.
In "Quoddy in Retirement", Sue Martin tells the story of Quoddy's life and passing after retiring as a working guide.
In "Beverly", Sue writes about learning to work with her third guide.
PTGDU member Anja Geleney tells why she decided to get a guide dog after years of using a cane.
In "Beverly Crosses the Rainbow Bridge", Sue Martin writes about her third guide's passing.
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