If you've ever experienced the bond between a person and a dog, then you'll know how powerful, how precious and how important it can be.

The partnership between a person and their guide dog changes everything. 

Wrangler, our "puppy with a purpose" is well on his way to fulfilling his promise of opening up a world of extraordinary adventures to a person with a visual impairment.  He's now living at Guiding Eyes for the Blind's training school, where he is learning to be a guide dog.   

We're so proud of the progress Wranger has already made - and the work that he's gong to be doing. 

Keep up with Wrangler's adventures on our Facebook Page.



Guiding Eyes never charges people for their guide dogs. 

So in celebration of Wrangler, we launched the Wrangler Scholarship. Together we can raise enough money to put our pup through his training.

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 Photo Credit: Samantha Okazaki / TODAY

Photo Credit: Samantha Okazaki / TODAY

About Guiding Eyes for the Blind

Guiding Eyes for the Blind is dedicated to creating and supporting life-changing connections between people and dogs.

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides superbly bred and trained guide dogs to people who are blind or visually impaired. Dogs not suited for guide work may become service dogs, and support children on the autism spectrum. All of our services are offered free of charge to people and families who need them. 

We are an accredited member of the International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF), the organization establishing worldwide standards for the breeding and training of guide dogs.

Freedom To Thrive.

With Ray’s help I am on new trails through woods and my life has definitely improved. Ray is a friendly gentle companion, but he is strictly business when wearing his harness.
— Paul
It’s a whole new world now. The partnership between Island and me is one of trust and confidence. She is my pathfinder.
— Pedro Trejo

Learn more about Wrangler, and out work at Guiding Eyes here