seeing-eye dog

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seeing-eye dog:

see guide dogguide dog,
a dog trained to lead a blind person. The first school for training such dogs was established by the German government after World War I for the benefit of blinded veterans.
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So I researched the actual city ordinances: "It shall be unlawful for a dog owner to allow the dog, except for Seeing-Eye dogs, to deposit solid waste matter on any improved property other than that of the dog owner.
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