A demanding gig with tail-wagging rewards… Guiding Eyes for the Blind is fortunate to include two student-run puppy raising groups at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, in its long list of dedicated volunteers. Cornell’s sprawling campus and bustling student life provides Guiding Eyes puppies an incredible array of socializing opportunities, (and an amazing education!)
Please visit the Cornellian article, For Guiding Eyes Volunteers, it’s a Labor of (Puppy) Love and watch this outstanding video below. It features a few of these amazing volunteers and the pups they have loved and raised, with the mission of making a difference in the life of an individual with vision loss. Thank you “Guiding Eyes at Cornell”!
Visit the Guiding Eyes Puppy Raising page to learn more about our program.
The Cornellian, a publication about Cornell life, states their mission includes showcasing “the accomplishments of its graduates, faculty, and students as they seek (as founder Ezra Cornell himself put it) ‘to do the greatest good’ and make a difference in the world.” Guiding Eyes at Cornell puppy raisers certainly fulfill that objective.