Volunteer ‘puppy raisers’ sought to train seeing eye dogs

Volunteer ‘puppy raisers’ sought to train seeing eye dogs

Courtesy photo Randy Pierce and his guide dog Quinn, who helped him climb all 48 of the state's 4,000 foot peaks in a single winter season. Quinn was a dog from Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

NASHUA – It is a popular saying that dogs are man’s best friend, but for a blind person, a four-legged companion is so much more than that – it’s a lifeline.

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