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Cuddles, Seeing-Eye Horse

Dogs have been guiding the blind for more than 70 years in the United States. The first guide school opened in 1929, and since then has trained more than 12-thousand dogs to assist the visually impaired. But this year, at a farm in North Carolina, another animal is learning the craft. From member station WFAE in Charlotte, Scott Jagow reports.

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