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CNIB Guide Dogs Logo: A sketch of a dog in harness sitting next to the words "CNIB Guide Dogs".

About CNIB Guide Dogs

A close up of a yellow Golden Retriever.

Our Program

People with sight loss often say having a guide dog is a transformational experience. Being part of a guide dog team provides mobility, safety and confidence, leading to increased independence and a sense of connection with the world. We believe everyone who would like to have a guide dog should have that opportunity.
 A person holds two golden retriever puppies side-by-side on the floor.

From Puppies to Partners

Learn about the journey as a puppy becomes a guide dog.
Photo of a black lab guide dog wearing a yellow vest

Guide dog etiquette

Learn about proper guide dog etiquette.

Third level terms

Rob walking down the road on a sunny day, holding onto the harness of Cody, a CNIB Guide Dog

Join Our Team

Learn about opportunities to join the CNIB Guide Dogs team and make a difference in the lives of Canadians with sight loss.
A yellow Labrador-Retriever CNIB Guide Dog attending her graduation, wearing a harness and mortarboard graduation cap. Her handler’s hand is in the frame holding her leash

CNIB Guide Dogs – Graduations

After being raised by Volunteer Puppy Raisers in communities across Canada and completing intensive training at our Canine Campus, CNIB Guide Dogs is proud to celebrate the guide dogs, buddy dogs and ambassador dogs graduating with their new partners each year.