Guide Dog Programs


Any providers, equipment, or services linked herein are for informational purposes only, and Transitional Paths to Independent Living neither endorses nor encourages any given program over another*

Working Like Dogs is a resource list that is location-specific

The Seeing Eye The Seeing Eye is a philanthropic organization whose mission is: to enhance the independence, dignity and self-confidence of people who are blind, through the use of specially trained Seeing Eye® dogs.

Susquehanna Service Dogs SSD trains service dogs, hearing dogs, balance dogs, service dogs for service men and women, facility dogs, in-home service dogs and companion dogs. Each dog is specially trained to perform specific tasks.

Guide Dog Foundation Our Mission: To improve the quality of life for people who are blind, visually impaired, or with other special needs.

America’s Vet Dogs is a 501©(3) not-for-profit organization that serves the needs of veterans with disabilities from all eras who have honorably served our country. VetDogs provide guide dogs for veterans who are blind; service dogs for those with other physical disabilities; physical and occupational therapy dogs to work with amputees in military and VA hospitals; and combat stress control dogs to be deployed in theater.

Guide Dogs for the Blind prepare highly qualified guide dogs to serve and empower individuals who are blind or have low vision. All services are provided free of charge; they receive no government funding. GDB has two campuses: one is headquartered in San Rafael, California — 20 miles north of San Francisco, another in Boring, Oregon — 25 miles east of Portland.