THREE new seeing-eye dogs could be trained in the North East if the charity Guide Dogs are top of the Vote that Counts poll.
What does SED stand for?
SED stands for Seeing-Eye Dog
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- School of Environmental Design
- Schweizerischer Erdbebendienst (Swiss Seismological Service)
- Science Education Department
- Science, Environment and Development
- Sciences and Exploration Directorate (US NASA)
- Scottish Enterprise Dunbartonshire (UK)
- Secondary Electron Detector
- Sedalia (Amtrak station code; Sedalia, MO)
- Sedom, Israel - Domestic Airfield (airport code)
- Selective Eating Disorder (psychology)
- Self Employment Development (various organizations)
- Self-Encrypting Drive
- Senior Executive Development
- Senior Executive Director (various organizations)
- Sensor Evolutionary Development (aeronautics)
- Serious Emotional Disturbance
- Service d'Enseignement à Distance (French: Services for Distance Learning)
- Service d'Expérimentation et de Développement (French: Experimentation and Development Office; National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control)
- Service des Etablissements de Détention (French: Office of Detention Facilities; Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Author Lloyd Burlingame's personal experiences formed the genesis for this grand adventure (he suddenly became legally blind in 1980, and the aid of seeing-eye dogs literally transformed his life).
Meanwhile, Joy, Jack and Jodie have been enrolled at a guide dog school in Midhurst, Sussex, where they will be trained as more traditional seeing-eye dogs.
He cited seeing-eye dogs, and dogs that search for explosive devices in war-torn areas as examples.
Barrera needed a seeing-eye dog to make it back to his corner from the first round but the officials let it continue.
Anna's disability initially is not described, but becomes evident at the end of the story in an illustration of Anna with her seeing-eye dog, Natalie.
They could not be seeing-eye dogs, but they have all graduated as service dogs for NEADS.