A guide dog is the fruit of intense training. It begins by selecting canine parents with good characteristics to raise little puppies among which are going to select the most suitable for training. The puppy must be of certain specific breeds. The chosen puppies go on to live with volunteer families where they must grow intensely socializing in different environments so that the dog learns to adapt to all possible situations.

The purpose of the training is to obtain a docile and affectionate animal for its owner, sociable, patient and friendly with strangers. In addition, he should be able to warn the blind of the presence of crosses and steps, and have the ability to find pedestrian crossings, entrances, and exits from all types of establishments, and locate stairs or bus stops.

The guide dog is a tireless worker, but it is a living animal with its material and affective needs and the blind must learn to take care of it properly and treat it with affection. He must also learn to work with the dog to get the job of a guide and, therefore, must go through a training stage with the dog.

Guide dogs or dogs for the blind are an incredible aid to mobility, which can allow people who are blind or have low vision to travel safely. These dogs can guide blind people around obstacles and in the midst of crowds.

The Labradors Retriever is the best dogs breeds that are good for helping blind people, they are great companions. Labrador has many colors light gold, white, black, etc. The hair of this dog is very dense and full of strength. On the other hand, these dogs are ideal as guides for their sociability, adaptation to all environments and situations and the easy control that the user can exercise in it.

A common mistake is that people who are blind or have low vision and have no guidance can use a guide dog to travel safely and independently. People mistakenly assume that it is the dog that shows the person where to go.

That’s not true. The person who is blind or with low vision directs the dog. The function and purpose of the dog are to guide the person simply around the obstacles and indicate the location of steps and curbs.

The benefits, both physical and psychological, that these guide dogs provide are indisputable. The possibility of mutual affection is something that enriches the emotional life of people with disabilities and increases the satisfaction of the animal, who feels loved, appreciated, pampered and useful for his master.

This is valid not only in case of blindness.The benefits they bring to children who have autism or any other disability are indisputable.