Guide Dog Schools
Eye Dog Foundation for the Blind
Website - Eye Dog Foundation for the Blind
Description - Eye Dog Foundation was organized as a non-profit corporation in 1952. Ever since that time, it has been dedicated to giving guide dogs to the blind at absolutely no cost to them. Our German Shepherd Dogs have been assisting blind individuals all over the world with their daily travels. The dogs provide guidance and safety as well as loving companionship.
Eye of the Pacific
Website - Eye of the Pacific
Description - Eye of the Pacific Guide Dogs and Mobility Services, Inc. was organized in 1955. We are a volunteer, non-profit, non-sectarian organization that fills a vital need by providing quality trained dogs and electronic sensor aids to be the eyes of blind residents of Hawaii. Guide dogs of exceptional quality are imported from Australia and New Zealand, which are rabies free, thus bypassing problems caused by Hawaii's strict animal quarantine laws. In addition to the gift of a free guide dog, our program includes professional guide dog and guide team training. We also have a graduate support program to insure our teams can continue to function at a high level.
Freedom Guide Dogs
Website - Freedom Guide Dogs
Description - Freedom Guide Dogs is a non-profit organization based in upstate New York, which offers an exciting and sensible program that provides Hometown Training with a guide dog to any qualified blind person. Freedom Guide Dog's service is available to people in the Northeastern United States.
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc.
Website - Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc.
Description - The Guide Dog Foundation Mission: to improve the quality of life for people who are blind, visually impaired, or with other special needs. Since 1946, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. has provided guide dogs free of charge to blind people who seek enhanced mobility and independence. Our students come to us from all over the United States and many foreign countries.
Guide Dogs for the Blind
Web site - Guide Dogs for the Blind
Description - Guide Dogs for the Blind is a nonprofit, charitable organization with a mission to provide Guide Dogs and training in their use to visually impaired people throughout the United States and Canada. Our dogs and services are free to those we serve, thanks to the generosity of donors and support of volunteers.
Guide Dogs of America
Web site - Guide Dogs of America
Description - Guide Dogs of America is dedicated to its mission to provide guide dogs and instruction in their use, free of charge, to blind and visually impaired men and women from the United States and Canada so that they may continue to pursue their goals with increased mobility and independence.
Guide Dogs of the Desert International
Web site - Guide Dogs of the Desert International
Description - Guide Dogs of the Desert International provides high quality guide dogs and individual instruction to the blind, the elderly blind, and the blind with special needs, so that they may live a more mobile and independent life. Guide Dogs of the Desert serves blind individuals from throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, as well as the entire United States and Canada.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Web site - Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Description - Guiding Eyes for the Blind is an internationally recognized guide dog school. Our family of professionals and supporting volunteers and donors are committed to one goal: giving our students the gift of greater personal freedom, independence, and dignity by providing them the finest bred and trained guide dogs in the world.
Web site - KSDS, Inc.
Description - People who love dogs helping dogs empower people – this is a brief description of KSDS and its undertaking. KSDS is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing physically disabled persons with highly-trained assistance dogs to help them with their mobility and self-sufficiency. Because of its sponsors and volunteers, KSDS is currently able to offer assistance dogs to clients who apply to receive a dog at no cost to the recipient.
Leader Dogs for the Blind
Web site - Leader Dogs for the Blind
Description - Any legally blind person in good health, at least 18 years of age, and out of high school is eligible. Additionally, applicants must be emotionally stable, of good moral character, have basic orientation and mobility skills, and be willing to care for and use the dog in the intended manner. Individuals with a high degree of residual vision may qualify for the program but must be able to trust the Leader Dog and allow it to do guide work. Leader Dogs for the Blind is supported by the internationally known service organization, The Lions Club, as well as other individuals, foundations, and corporations that believe in our work.
Pilot Dogs, Inc.
Web site - Pilot Dogs, Inc.
Description - Pilot Dogs gives its trained animals to the blind at absolutely no charge. The blind person, his family, friends, or a sponsoring agency are not obligated for this service. The Pilot Dog, four weeks room and board, all equipment, and round trip transportation are provided to the qualified student.
Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.
Web site - Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.
Description - Southeastern Guide Dogs’ mission is to offer free of charge a unique opportunity to achieve independent travel with safety and dignity to blind men and women through the use of professionally and humanely trained guide dogs.
The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
Web site - The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
Description - The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation is more than just New England's only guide dog school -- it is a family, a group of people tied together by their mission to help bring increased freedom and independence to men and women who are visually impaired. Fidelco breeds, trains, and places the highest quality German shepherds with men and women who are blind across the Northeast.
The Seeing Eye
Web site - The Seeing Eye
Description - The Seeing Eye is a philanthropy. Its mission is to help blind people achieve greater independence, dignity, and self-confidence through the use of Seeing Eye dogs. In pursuit of this aim, it teaches Seeing Eye dogs to guide blind people; breeds and raises the dogs; teaches instructors the science and technique of training dogs as guides for blind people; instructs blind people in the proper use and care of the dogs; and educates the public about the role of dog guides and the capability of blind people for independent living.