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CNIB Guide Dogs

Image of a Black Labrador dog and the words CNIB Guide Dogs Urgent Expansion Campaign

CNIB is at a critical point in accelerating the development of a sustainable, full-service guide dog program to meet the expanded needs of Canadians with sight loss.

Support the urgent expansion today, by adding your donation to fund 150 CNIB Guide Dogs.

At CNIB, we believe that everyone who would like to have a guide dog should have that opportunity. That's why we're proud to launch CNIB Guide Dogs, a new program to raise and train guide dogs exclusively for people with sight loss. Follow @CNIBGuideDogs on Instagram.

A woman getting a kiss from a yellow Golden Retriever puppy.

Support CNIB Guide Dogs

Support a future guide dog that will help give freedom and independence to a person with sight loss.
A CNIB Guide Dog in harness looks over its shoulder at the camera. The dog is a yellow Labrador Retriever.

Apply for a CNIB Guide Dog

Learn more about the CNIB Guide Dog application process and apply today!
A volunteer puppy raiser sits beside a Golden Retriver puppy at a professional photoshoot.

Volunteer with CNIB Guide Dogs

Do you love dogs? Could you see yourself welcoming a future guide dog puppy into your life? Do you have time during your day to introduce a pup to the world around them and help them take their first steps toward becoming a future guide dog? CNIB Guide Dogs is growing our team of volunteer Puppy Raisers and Boarders.
The top half of a Black Labrador's head on yellow.

Guide Dog Champions

Guide dogs and their handlers are allowed access to any premises to which the public would normally have access. It’s the law. Show your support for guide dog teams in your community and become a Guide Dog Champion!

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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

We believe everyone who would like to have a guide dog should have that opportunity. At CNIB Guide Dogs, we raise, train and match dogs with Canadians who are blind or partially sighted. We also raise our voices to ensure people with sight loss have opportunities to live, work and play without barriers.
4 guide dogs (three black and one yellow) in harnesses at the feet of their handlers.

Information for Guide Dog Handlers

Get information on Canadian legislation relating to guide dogs, tools on advocating for your rights and information on our Guide Dog Assistance Program.