Our guide dogs have met rigorous medical and behavioral standards before being paired with a student. Dogs who don’t quite meet these standards are selected to change careers into other fields that are important and provide great value to a variety of people.
Canine Connections Dogs
Companion dogs placed with visually impaired children ages 10 – 17, building a bridge toward a future guide by acclimating the children to the responsibilities and joys of dog ownership. Learn More.
Public Service Dogs
Dogs with specific aptitudes for careers in search and rescue or arson, bomb, and drug detection. Learn more.
Dogs who work with our active volunteers providing outreach, education, and comfort to those in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, and schools. Learn more.