Seeing a person taking a dog for a ride in a stroller is a peculiar sight. But as the owner pushes the approaching stroller closer enough for passers-by to see the "handicapped dog" sign, it all makes sense.
Camargo, of Darnestown, told The Gazette he is stopped, on average, between 20 and 25 times during each walk with his dog, who is incapable of using her legs. But Camargo believes people are for the better after talking to him and meeting Samed.
Have you encountered Anthony Camargo and Samed during one of their strolls through the Kentlands? Tell us in the comments!