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The study's aim was to identify the degree to which dog distraction, as reported by users, has impacted on the working behaviour of guide dogs, and their user's mobility. The data used were drawn from the self-reporting of problem behaviours as experienced by users of guide dogs that had been provided by Guide Dogs NSW/ ACT over a nine year period (2000 to 2008).doi:10.21307/ijom-2010-002 fatcat:5jtxgefa3nachnwqtseydt6k6m