Hong Kong volunteer hopes to train more guide dogs for city’s visually impaired

The young canine is one of dozens trained or being trained by charity Hong Kong Seeing Eye Dog Services to lead blind and visually impaired people. Raymond Cheung Wai-man, who set up the organisation in 2012, said the guide dog development and training …
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