(From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng (From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
(From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Puppy love: Second batch of Hong Kong-born guide dogs ‘could be here by end of the year’

(From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng (From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
(From left) Konica Minolta Director Robert Ip Cheuk-hung, Andy Chui Man-chun and Director of HK Seeing Eye Dog Service Raymond Cheung Wai-man meet the press with the first successful batch of locally bred guide dogs for the visually-impaired, at the Seeing Eye Dog Services in Kwai Chung. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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