Student's determination helps her earn a guide dog

Wisconsin high-school senior Marissa Arndt, 17, who has visual disabilities, is among the few high-school students to qualify for a guide dog. "A high-school environment can be a very challenging environment to work your dog in. The student has to be very mature and able to handle a dog in high school," said Bonnie Lannom of The Seeing Eye, which approved Marissa for a dog.

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