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Life-changing stories: ‘Guide dog Nina is my guardian angel. She shows me the way’


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by Amanda Cassidy
13.05.21

Read time: 11 mins

Meet the extraordinary dogs transforming lives - with a little help from some extraordinary humans along the way

Paul Geoghegan calls guide dog Nina his guardian angel. He was born with visual impairment which deteriorated from the age of 16. Now, in his second year studying computer science at TUD, he says her arrival has changed his life. “She shows me the way. But it is more than just that. I love her and I trust her.” Before black labrador Nina arrived into his life, Paul used a long cane. It meant he...

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