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POINT CLARE RESIDENT WELCOMES FIRST GUIDE DOG

Point Clare’s Shayne Allen welcomed the newest member of his family in February, his guide dog.

With only two per cent of his central vision remaining, Shayne says he now feels a new level of independence with black labrador, Bree, by his side.

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