Sorry, no dog. But she was on the left side of the street and it was kind of a narrow street with no traffic so I just pulled right up to her when I noticed the cane. She started toward the car and while I was opening the door to get out my window was open and I asked her if I could help and she said no I'm fine. So I sat back down and she struggled a little to find the handle and I apologize and told her I'd thrown her off a little by facing the wrong direction. And without any hint of self consciousness or embarrassment we had a thoroughly informative conversation about her blindness, how it came about only in the last 5 years that she's now almost totally blind but can still make out shapes and how all your other senses become enhanced, what a godsend Uber has been for her, about how she doesn't ride much anymore but just a few months ago she jumped a fence on a horse of hers, about how I was taking her to get her hair did and they'll have a guy at the curb waiting for her and she was absolutely delightful. We pulled up, I helped her out of the car this time, told her her first step was the street and the second would be on the curb, she was grateful for that information, wished me the best of luck, the owner of the salon was there to collect her, he was great and I got back in the car with a really good feeling in my heart.