Miller at the pelican crossing
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Guide dog uses nose and paws to 'operate' crossing for owner

A guide dog not only uses his eyes and ears to help his owner, he uses his paws and nose as well.

Miller, a black Labrador retriever, belongs to Chris Michaels, 68, from Saxmundham, in Suffolk, who has been blind for nearly 40 years.

The dog has been trained to help his owner cross the road, by finding and sometimes operating pelican crossings.

  • 07 Jan 2014
  • From the section Suffolk
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