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Daily Cute: Paddy the Retired Guide Dog

Daily Cute: Paddy the Retired Guide Dog

Guide dogs spend much of their lives working with others to provide guidance, protection and, above all, love and companionship. In honor of Labor Day, today’s Daily Cute video features Paddy, a former guide dog who looks to be enjoying his much deserved time off.

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10:09PM PST on Nov 7, 2013

GOOD WORK PADDY. LUCKY DOG

2:20PM PDT on Oct 8, 2013

God bless this sweet fur-baby, happily enjoying his life.

1:34PM PDT on Sep 14, 2013

Dogs give us so much love, do we give them The love they deserte?

7:21AM PDT on Sep 11, 2013

great video, thanks for sharing :)

9:11PM PDT on Sep 6, 2013

Love to see service dogs allowed time to just be dogs - having fun doing doggie things. Thank you for sharing.

8:18AM PDT on Sep 6, 2013

NICE!!! animals are wonderful, and people who enhance animals' lives are Angels! God Bless!

3:46AM PDT on Sep 5, 2013

Thank you

9:12AM PDT on Sep 4, 2013

Lovely dog.

7:19PM PDT on Sep 3, 2013

Enjoy ur retirement, Paddy, u deserve it!

4:51PM PDT on Sep 3, 2013

Thank you for this as I really appreciate the fact you are honoring a service dog. I have shared in the past on several occasions how I had a "seeing eye" Guide dog as a young child. Patsy was the light of my life, I loved her with all of my heart. While I was not blind I was disabled and if it had not been for her I doubt I would have made it through school as this was the 1950's and they did not normally main stream kids with disabilities. I know for a fact my dog worked very hard day and night keeping me safe and allowing me to live a "real life" at a time when kids with disabilities like mine were put in the State Hospital to live out their lives. Thank you for honoring this beautiful service dog!

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