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This adorable short film features an awkward dog who dreams of becoming a guide for the blind

Since always, Man has understood that the dog would be a great help to him. And if he is a companion of the everyday doing a lot of good morale and provides a lot of love, dogs are also true allies for people with disabilities.

Of course, we immediately think of visually impaired for whom guide dogs are of paramount importance. It's also, for the little story in 1915, that the first training center for guide dogs for the blind was born in Germany, and to make life easier for war invalids.

And it is precisely a center of this type that we are going to talk about in this article, or rather its latest ad in the form of an adorable and touching short film. it's about the Southeastern Guide Dogs : an association and a school for guide dogs in Florida, who has therefore produced "Pip".

"Pip" is an animated short film with a duration of 4 minutes, which features an adorable puppy passionate about the image of the guide dog, who decides one day to cross the doors of a training center. But his clumsiness is not going to help him to distinguish himself ...

Good, hard not to melt in front of this dog cute and clumsy, and especially before this little positive story that pays tribute to the indispensable role of guide dogs in the daily lives of disabled people.

And beyond the message, we welcome the idea ofSoutheastern Guide Dogs who dared to create an animated short film as an advertisement. A creative idea that has paid off as the video has surpassed 6 million views on YouTube in about twenty days. Hat!

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

Credits : Southeastern Guide Dogs

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