Founded in 1982, the organization employs the latest in canine development and behavior research to create and nurture partnerships between visually impaired individuals and extraordinary guide dogs.
Southeastern Guide Dogs serves more than 400 graduates across the U.S. and continues to place more than 100 dogs each year into careers benefitting people with visual impairments, and veterans. The charity provides all of its services free of charge and receives no government funding.
It takes a village to raise a puppy, especially if that puppy serves proudly as a Southeastern Guide Dog.
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