Born to Lead

Help provide freedom and mobility in the lives of the many Canadians in need of a guide or assistance dog.

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Ways to help Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

Get Involved

Ways to help Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

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Donate

Make a difference in the lives of the many Canadians in need of a guide or assistance dog.

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Apply

Complete an application, and learn whether a guide or assistance dog is right for you.

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Volunteer

Want to make a difference? Sign up now and complete our volunteer application form.

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Donate

Make a difference in the lives of the many Canadians in need of a guide or assistance dog.

an icon of a guide dog

Apply

Complete an application, and learn whether a guide or assistance dog is right for you.

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Volunteer

Want to make a difference? Sign up now and complete our volunteer application form.

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About Us

Learn About our Organization

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind (CGDB) is a national, charitable organization founded in 1984 to provide Canadians with greater mobility and independence through the use of professionally trained guide dogs (Nationally) and mobility assistance dogs (Ottawa area). Click the link below to learn more about our organization

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About Us

Learn About our Organization

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind (CGDB) is a national, charitable organization founded in 1984 to provide Canadians with greater mobility and independence through the use of professionally trained guide dogs (Nationally) and mobility assistance dogs (Ottawa area). Click the link below to learn more about our organization

Our Dogs

Learning About Guide Dogs

Is there a way of knowing if a guide dog is working? Can I ever pet a guide dog? Do guide dogs watch for stop lights to turn green? Click the link below and learn what everyone should know about guide dogs for the blind.

Our Dogs

Learning About Guide Dogs

Is there a way of knowing if a guide dog is working? Can I ever pet a guide dog? Do guide dogs watch for stop lights to turn green? Click the link below and learn what everyone should know about guide dogs for the blind.

Events

Checkout our Upcoming Events!

Events

Checkout our Upcoming Events!

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind partners with Furkin

At Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind (CGDB), we understand the significance of ensuring the safety and well-being of our canine companions. That’s why we’re thrilled to collaborate with Furkin to endorse a solution that protects our pets and supports our mission.

Catch the Ace lottery

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind (CGDB) is excited to partner with the Kin Club of Russell and be chosen as a charity participating in the Catch the Ace lottery. Tickets on sale each week for the weekly draw and jackpot. Good luck!

Ren’s Pets Gift Registry for Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is excited to announce our gift registry with Ren’s Pets, and we invite you to join us in ensuring that our furry friends have everything they need for a comfortable and engaging life within our facilities.

Our Newsletter

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Our Newsletter

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News

CGDB in the Media

The latest and archived articles in the media featuring Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind.

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News

CGDB in the Media

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The latest and archived articles in the media featuring Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind.

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Holidays: Closed

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Canadian Association of Guide and Assistance Dog Schools
Council of North American Guide Dog Schools

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