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Guide Dogs 


A Puppy Place:Seeing Eye Dogs,Guide Dogs And Puppies - Aimed at helping users better understand the aims and purposes of seeing eye and guide dogs. On top of a list of helpful resources and some FAQs,the site also deals with raising these puppies, some dog humor, links of interest, contact info and more.

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind - The official site of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind, a non-profit, charitable organization providing visually impaired Canadians with professionally trained guide dogs. Really well done site in both English and French.

Chocolate guide dogs - Figures of GSD and Lab guide dogs in two pounds of chocolate. No kidding. Braille raised dots spell out Best Friend.

The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation - The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, is the only guide dog school located in New England and a non-profit organization based in Bloomfield, Connecticut. They breed, raise and train German Shepherd guide dogs to be placed with blind men and women.

Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind, Inc. - Provides trained guide dogs for the blind at no cost to the student.

Guide dog school listings - Contact names & numbers to a few Guide Dog schools located both internationally and in the U.S.

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc. - Providing Guide Dogs and training in their use to visually impaired people throughout the United States and Canada.

Guide Dogs of America - Guide Dogs of America, G.D.A., provides professionally trained guide dogs and instruction in their use, free of charge, to blind and visually impaired individuals, so they may pursue their goals of independence and greater mobility.

Guiding Eyes for the Blind - Guiding Eyes for the Blind provides highly trained guide dogs for the blind and is dedicated to top notch guide dog breeding and training.

Leader Dogs for the Blind - Providing highly trained Leader Dogs for the Blind located in Rochester, Michigan. Learn about raising a puppy to be a future guide dog.

The Seeing Eye - Seeking to enhance the independence of qualified blind persons in the United States and Canada through the use of seeing eye dogs, this sight contains some links to other guide dog and vision related sites.

Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc. - Southeastern Guide Dogs is a non profit organization dedicated solely to the task of helping blind men and women achieve independence through the means of a guide dog.

AJ, a service dog - Brief personal story of how a service dog helped an individual.

Amazing Tails - Training Service Dogs to Assist People With Physical Disabilities

Angel Dogs - A fun site supporting TLCSD, Tender Loving Canines, Service Dogs.

Assistance Animals for the Disabled, Blind and Hearing Impaired - Products and Organiziation listings.

Canine Assistants - Nonprofit organization trains dogs to turn on lights, open doors, pull chairs, retrieve dropped objects, etc.

Canine Companions for Independence - One of the original organizations. Their FAQ is excellent, well worth reading.

Canine Helpers for the Handicapped, Inc. - Nonprofit organization trains hearing dogs, service dogs, mobility dogs, and therapy dogs.

Canix, European Canine Institute - Offers custom training of service dogs for physically disabled adults, guardian dogs for disabled children, hearing dogs for the hearing impaired and therapy dogs that visit chronically ill adults and children in hospitals and institutions. The dogs can be trained in Danish, English, German and Spanish.

Comprehensive Paws With A Cause Site - This site covers information about raising and working a Paws With A Cause dog. It is a comprehensive, up-to-date, one stop informational site for those interested in raising or working a PAWS dog. PAWS trains hearing dogs, service dogs, combination dogs, and seizure response dogs.

Cozy Canine House - Dog information on Service Dogs, Hearing Dogs, Guide Dogs, Clicker training, some breed referrals and several links to good dog sites.

Delta Society - a non-profit organization, promotes animals helping people improve their health, independence, and quality of life.

Helping Hands - Non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for quadriplegic individuals by training capuchin monkeys to assist them with daily activities.

Independence Dogs, Inc.: Service Dogs for the Mobility Impaired - Non-profit organization that trains service dogs to assist children and adults with mobility impairments. Lots of information on tasks that dogs can perform for their humans.

Loving Paws Home Page - the majority of placements are with children with spinal cord injuries, also provides Service and Social Dogs to children with Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and other disabilities.

National Education for Assistance Dog Services, Inc. - National Education for Assistance Dog Services, Inc (NEADS) is a national non-profit organization located in Princeton, MA. NEADS trains dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes to help people who are deaf or physically disabled.

Pacific Assistance Dogs Society - PADS is a non-profit organization that trains assistance dogs for people with disabilities other than blindness, e.g. mobility impaired, agility impaired, and hearing impaired.

Partners for Life: A Service Dog's Tale - A video portraying service dogs and their partners in real-life situations with the goal to educate employees in commercial, government and educational settings.

Paws with a Cause - Not-for-profit organization that trains dogs to help people with disabilities to become or remain independent. Site explains how to apply for an Assistance Dog, the training involved, the puppy program, and volunteering.

Paws With A Cause - Service Animals for the Disabled - Non Profit organization that trains dogs for various handicap needs. You can learn more by visiting our site and get to see what the Foster Puppy Program is first hand.

Sedona Service Dog and Wellness Programs - 100% volunteer-managed, national, non profit corporation that breeds, trains and places dogs that perform highly specialized tasks, providing both adults and children that have limited physical abilities, with greater social interaction and independence.

Service Dog resources throughout the U.S. by state - From Arizona to Wisconsin, and internationally: a VERY nice directory of organizations involved with Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs, Support Dogs, Search and Rescue Dogs.

Special Skills Dogs of Canada - Individually trained canine assistance dogs for physically duisabled

Support Dogs, Inc. - Non-profit agency founded in 1981 and based in St. Louis MO. trains and places service and therapy dogs.

Support Dogs (UK) - Training dogs to help their disabled owners so as to improve their level of independence and quality of life. Includes seizure alert dogs, medical assistance dogs, and disabilty assistance dogs.

Working Dogs Web Links Page - Working Dogs Cyberzine web links page. Simply outstanding.