Meet Big Dog a Blind Cowboy Serving Others Living with Vision Loss
Mike Abell inspires the visually impaired through counseling and support groups Big Dog is not a dog at all. He's a blind man doing what he feels he was created to do - supporting and connecting with others who live with vision loss. He began losing his sight in 1968 due to a firecracker accident. Years later, he eventually lost his sight completely.  Mr. Abell's friends, affectionately call him Big Dog and attach the description of fun loving boot wearing cowboy who happens to be blind. Big Dog lives life with incredible drive and purpose, counseling others to enjoy the journey in spite of low vision or blindness. 

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Don’t think of him as blind – ‘Big Dog’ is a cowboy

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