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Our Guide Dog Programs

Guide Dogs for Adults and Veterans

Guide dogs lead the way, opening doors to confidence, independence, opportunity, and companionship. Our superhero dogs learn over 40 skills, including intelligent disobedience—situations when they choose to refuse a cue whenever safety is in jeopardy.

Guide Dogs for Teens

Do you want more independence? If you’re a mature teen with vision loss, you might be ready for a guide dog, even before you finish high school. Click here to learn more about whether you’re a candidate for this life-changing program.

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Guide Dog Camp

At Guide Dog Camp, 14- to 17-year-old teens with vision loss and their parents learn how our guide dogs can change a teen’s life. There’s no charge for this overnight, two-day camp. Campers learn about caring for a guide dog, working with a dog in harness, and much more.

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Girl smiles while she sits next to yellow guide dog who is also looking at the camera
Man is sits with dog between his legs and smiles while the dog is looking up at the man and his nose is touching the mans face
Woman sits in a chair with yellow lab guide dog in harness laying next to her with a woman sitting across from them
Man kneels down next to black lab guide dog in harness who is kissing his cheek
Woman looks down while she hugs yellow Labrador in guide dog harness
Woman leans over and has arm around black guide dog while she smiles at the camera
Man sits with yellow goldador in front and both look at the camera and smile
Woman sits and smiles down at yellow guide dog as she pets the top of the dog
Woman sits in chair and pets black labs head and she smiles widely
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