Dobie HS students train puppies to be guide-dogs for the visually impaired

    Dobie High School students are making a difference nationwide in training puppies to become guide dogs for the blind.

    The Longhorns Future Farmers of America program has been working with students to train guide dogs for the last five years.

    “I love it, I love that you get to impact somebody’s life just because I raised a dog. It is absolutely amazing,” says Macie Owens.

    Students start working with the puppies as early as eight to 10 weeks old, teaching them discipline and basic commands like sitting and going to sleep.

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