If they halt at the curb grab the dog’s leash without hesitation and lead them to the other side making sure they cross safely.
Ask if they need any help crossing.
Don’t do anything as the dog can distinguish the color of the traffic lights.
Call loud upon the fellow passingers to provide space. Grasp the arm of the handler and help them to get on the bus.
Nothing as the dog will recognise the bus number and help the handler to get on the bus.
Let’s give the information about the number of the bus arriving and ask if there is a need for more help.
Tactfully lure the guide dog to a free seat.
Take the handler’s arm and gently but firmly pull them to the seat designed for the visually impared.
Ask if they need any help.
Show the directions with our hands to both of them and explain where to go.
The easiest for the guide dog is to show the route on the map.
Tell the directions to the handler and ask if that is enough to help.
Ask if they can follow you or if they require any further assistance.
There is nothing to be asked, lead the dog with its harness and the dog will lead the handler.
Do not disturb the guide dog! Rather gently pull or push forward the handler to the platform.