Who picks up guide dogs poop uk?

Asked By: Francisca Hoeger
Date created: Mon, Mar 8, 2021 7:31 PM
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The answer is simple; their handler does. Though if you have ever accidentally trodden through dog poop on the footpath, you have probably wondered how even people with perfect vision sometimes struggle to clean up after their dog. So, how does a blind person pick up their guide dogs poo?
Answered By: Veronica Swift
Date created: Tue, Mar 9, 2021 9:34 PM
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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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If the dog's back is flat, it's peeing — male guide dogs are trained to not lift their leg when peeing; they utilize the same "lean forward" pee stances that females use — and no cleanup if needed.

Once the dog is finished, the handler just leans down with their plastic bag and can find the poop pretty easily.

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At this time we get the dogs used to having their back rubbed by petting as they pee or poop.

When the dog is older and working as a guide dog, the dogs blind handler can say "get busy" and rub the dogs back (the back arches differently whether the dog pees or poops) and then within an inch there's the dog poop.

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