Guiding Eyes and Hurricane Sandy

Friends from around the country have been checking in with us over the past two days and we are deeply grateful for everyone’s concern. Our Training School and Canine Development Center campuses [...]

A Word on the Weather

by: Kate Petersen, Guiding Eyes Instructor Ah Autumn!  This is my absolute favorite season – the crisp feel of the air, the beautiful colors of the changing leaves, and of course, apple [...]

My Inspiration…

by: Michelle Brier, Director of Marketing and Communications I started working at Guiding Eyes almost five years ago, and my role in development has given me unique opportunities to interact with [...]

What motivates you?

By: Gerald Brenninkmeyer Motivation.  We all recognize when we question ours, but do we recognize when our dogs question theirs?  The more I train dogs and do problem solving in the field, the [...]

A Day in the Life: Meghan Medina

By Meghan Medina, Licensed Veterinary Technician and Yorktown Hospital Manager Hello everyone!  My name is Meghan Medina, and I am one of three licensed technicians here at Guiding Eyes for the [...]

A Day in the Life: Emily Gray

By Emily Gray, Volunteer Puppy Raiser I was eight when I first heard about Guiding Eyes for the Blind.  My neighbor was raising Joplin, an eight-week-old yellow lab puppy.  As I watched Joplin [...]