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Guide Dogs for All of Us
Guide Dogs are trained to lead people who are blind around obstacles; they will stop to communicate a change in elevation, such as curbs or steps. And they will even disobey a request to go forward across a street if they notice a car coming.
They’re so remarkable, one wonders what ELSE they could be trained to do!
Animator M.K. Brown imagines that if we lived in a world where dogs could talk, they might guide us in ways we’ve never dreamed possible.
Brown’s illustrations have graced the pages of everything from The New Yorker Magazine to The National Lampoon. She is a supporter of Guide Dogs for the Blind. Enjoy her humorous animated short, Guide Dogs.
The animation is not in an accessible format for screen readers. Descriptions:
Cartoon 1: dog with man driving a car
2. Dog with woman shopping for clothes
3. Dog with race car driver getting a beer
4. Dog with man who’s flirting with a woman
5. Dog with woman at the refrigerator
6. Dog with man at office desk
7. Dog with guy lying on lawn