A Guide to Guide Dog Schools

The Beginning

Though it has been ages, I would like to continue my previous Scotland narrative, if only for posterity’s sake (hahaha, get it, POSTerity!), but as I do that, and begin my second journey in the field of missions work, I would like to expand my blog’s content a bit as well.  Yes, I know, ambitious, especially considering my track record.  We’ll see how this goes.

Oleta and I would like to introduce our new series dedicated to all things guide dog.  For the first several posts in this category, we will be examining the positives, negatives, and all the in betweens of different guide dog schools.  I, and of course Oleta, have always been fascinated with the breeding, raising, training, and every day living of guide dogs and their people; I figured it was time I put all my web surfing and video watching on this subject to some use.  Plus, it’s more fun than homework. 🙂

See you in our next few posts, our alma mater, A Guide to Guide Dog Schools: Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

Hearts and Smiles,

Oleta and Shea