Southeastern Guide Dogs

a yellow lab puppy

Southeastern Guide Dogs is a great a resource for children and teens experiencing vision loss. They have a robust children and teens program in which they place skilled companion dogs with children with vision loss and guide dogs with teens as young as fifteen. They also have a guide dog experience camp for teens ages 14-17 and their parents.

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