‘Pawsitively thrilled’: Seeing Eye dog named New Jersey’s official state dog

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Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a bill making the Seeing Eye dog New Jersey’s official state dog.

In a tweet, the governor says, “Pawsitively thrilled to announce that New Jersey's official state dog is now the Seeing Eye dog. These dedicated companions embody the spirit of New Jerseyans - loyal, hardworking, and committed to service.”

All Seeing Eye dogs are born and trained in New Jersey before they are placed with people who are blind across the U.S. and Canada.

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