Kelly is one of a litter of puppies born on a puppy farm. This farm breeds dogs especially for the Seeing Eye, the organization that provides dogs for the handicapped. This episode follows ... See full summary »

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Cal Richards
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Kelly is one of a litter of puppies born on a puppy farm. This farm breeds dogs especially for the Seeing Eye, the organization that provides dogs for the handicapped. This episode follows Kelly through her days at the farm and her life after being given to a family to raise. Danny Richards wants a dog so much he is willing to raise Kelly as his 4-H project, knowing he will have to give her up after a year. He loves Kelly and she learns to love him which makes it very difficult for both when the time come for Kelly to go to the Seeing Eye and Danny and Kelly have to part. Written by jarnharx

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5 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Three films in one.
9 February 2016 | by (Barcelona) – See all my reviews

The film relates the raise and training of a guide dog in Seeing Eyein a three-part story: first part shows how the dog is raised by a farm boy, second one is about her training at the blind farm and the third one show the relationship that establishes between the dog and the blind person who is going to be her final owner. It is not only an interesting movie but also educational as we see this dog's life and training from the moment she is born. It show us that love and Mutual understanding between dog and master are as much important as a good and persistent training.The bonus Seeing Eye organization documentary included in the adds a plus to the film and is also very interesting, letting us know why guide dogs must walk on the left side of his/her master or the problem new electric cars do represent for them. Highly recommended.


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