About Us

For 35 years Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind has been providing professionally trained guide dogs to Canadians who are blind or visually impaired. From British Columbia to Newfoundland, we’ve served clients from coast to coast. Since 1984 we’ve graduated over 850 guide dog teams, offering mobility assistance and touching the lives of countless Canadians.

See the latest update on our expansion project

A road sign for Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind's National Training Centre in front of a field of trees and blue skies.
The Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind National Training Centre in Manotick, ON.

Learn what it takes to raise a guide dog

Noble, a German shepherd puppy wears his new Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy walking jacket.
Guide dog in training Noble in his brand new puppy walking jacket.

For more information on our organization, obtaining a guide dog or making a donation, visit our website.

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