Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

AKA: Dog Guides Canada

Canine Vision Canada

Provides free dog guides and associated training for people who are blind or have a visual impairment so the handlers can have the confidence to pursue education, careers and activities in their communities. Dog Guides are trained to assist their handlers in navigating obstacles typically found on m...
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Diabetic Alert Dog Guides

Provides free dog guides and associated training of the dog for people who are insulin dependent with hypoglycemic unawareness. The dog guides are trained to detect sudden drops in their handler's blood sugar and alert them so that they can ingest something sweet. The dogs can go get help within the...
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Dog Guides Career Change Program

Dogs who have disqualified from programs due to temperament and/or health reasons are available to be adopted. Depending on when the dogs were disqualified, they may have some dog guide training. The dogs:
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Hearing Dog Guides

Provides free dog guides and associated training to people who are deaf or hard of hearing to help them detect sounds they are unable to hear on their own. The dog guides have been taught to distinguish sounds, make physical contact with their handlers and lead them to whatever is making the noise.
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Seizure Response Dog Guides

Provides free dog guides and required training for people with epilepsy. The dog guides are capable of activating an alert system or barking for help in the event of a seizure.
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Service Dog Guides

Free dog guides and associated training for people with a physical or medical disability. Dog guides are trained to retrieve objects, open and close appliances and/or doors, and are trained to bark or activate an alert system when help is needed.
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