Assistance Dogs

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10. Guide dogs are usually at least medium-sized because they

A. need to be able to reach up to counters and table tops.
B. are required to pull wheelchairs during training.

C. need to be able to see above obstacles.

D. need to be strong enough to lead an adult person.

I think D

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    I agree.

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    Here is a PPT file to download on "working dogs."

    When it comes to dogs aiding the deaf, small dogs are fine.


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