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TODAY's Puppy With a Purpose is making some serious strides! 

Wrangler sported a new (and adorable) look Wednesday: a new "puppy jacket," which is a big milestone in his progress toward becoming a guide dog.

Wrangler wore it well on the plaza Wednesday morning, right before he found a little used gum to chew — and quickly spit out!

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By Meagan McGinnes

Boston.com Staff

November 15, 2014 12:48 PM

It takes more than obedience and good breeding to become a service dog. At Guiding Eyes, a New York–based nonprofit that provides guide dogs free of charge to the visually impaired, the training takes years.

It begins at eight weeks, when the pups—specifically bred by Guiding Eyes—are paired with volunteers who teach them basic obedience and house manners.

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SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a leading school for guide dogs, is asking residents of central and southern Westchester to open their homes to raise future guide dogs.

The nonprofit organization will open its lower Westchester puppy-raising region by launching an orientation series for prospective raisers on Tuesday, Oct.

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SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a leading school for guide dogs, is asking residents of central and southern Westchester to open their homes to raise future guide dogs.

The nonprofit organization will open its lower Westchester puppy-raising region by launching an orientation series for prospective raisers on Tuesday, Oct.

Read the full post here