His four-legged helper, Sándor Modok, who lives in Kistelk, provides previously
unimaginable security. They travel eight kilometers back and forth with Infra every weekday
to get to the man’s job on foot in the absence of bus service. After a long, wait-and-see time,
You should always pay close attention to traffic for visually impaired people, no matter how
much the traffic light beeps or speaks, which is specifically designed to help them cross. It
was a complete coincidence that a car was driving through the red at 60 km / h when our
colleague with a guide dog wanted to cross the zebra.
Miklos Hetyey and his guide dog Kappa have successfully passed the traffic safety test. Despite the unusually cold weather, the dedicated duo lack no enthusiasm and lead the exam committee briskly through the inner parts of Sopron. Kappa’s dog trainer was Monika Kobli.
Miklos and and his guide dog Kappa,
Brigitta and Gabor, who both have guide dogs, have found a friend for life when they met their dogs’ trainer, Darinka. Darinka is currently isolating at home after testing positive for the corona virus and is anxiously awaiting the moment she can get back to work and see her trainee dogs.