Seeing These Guide Dogs Enjoying At Disneyland Iimpelreport
It seems that it was just for fun, but his walk was for a good cause. All puppies are part of Canine Companions for Independence, a nonprofit organization that breeds and trains highly qualified guide dogs for children, adults, and veterans with disabilities. The organization assigns them without charge to those who need them.
After being with puppy breeders for a year and a half, the dogs go to professional training. There they learn a variety of tasks such as picking up and returning things that fall, opening and closing doors and turning the lights on and off.
The trip to Disneyland was not only a great opportunity for the guide dogs to release their moorings, it was also an occasion to socialize. The park allowed them to be close to the attractions, sounds, smells and people that Disney has to offer.
The dogs got the true Disney spirit during their visit. They wore Mickey Mouse ears, rode at various attractions and spent time with famous people like Pluto!
Look at the adorable images below: