Foster a Guiding Eyes Brood or Stud

Volunteer brood and stud fosters provide homes for the extraordinary dogs in our breeding colony. These dogs are responsible for creating future generations of Guiding Eyes guide and service [...]


They say “You’re matched”, I knew they would, You gave it your all, to be the best you could. For you were born – a selected few, With such an important job to do. Safari, you came to me, that [...]

Thank you Camp Hillard!

Camp Hillard staff and campers have raised funds for Heeling Autism throughout the 2014 summer season. Today, service dogs in training Belinda and Raphael joined vice president Sue Dishart to [...]

A Robin Williams memory

About 14 years ago, Kathy Zubrycki and Graham Buck visited the Today Show set with a black Lab guide dog in training named Bernie.  On the agenda for the morning: Bernie was to guide weather [...]

Adventures of Gus: Summer Vacation

by Thomas A. Panek, Guiding Eyes President & CEO The next time someone asks what you’re doing on your time off and you can respond that you have no plans, consider volunteering at Guiding [...]

If it weren't for this dog…

Deni Elliott, D.Ed., Chair of USFSP’s Department of Journalism and Media Studies, has been awarded a coveted appointment on the Fulbright Specialist Roster. This means, that for a period of five [...]

A Maverick Way of Staying Calm

Author: Hannah Vick, Assistant External Affairs Officer, Joint Information Center, New York Hurricane Sandy Maverick was released from Guiding Eyes as a puppy, yet his work as a therapy dog [...]

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