Pilot Dogs, Inc. – Guide dogs for the blind

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Pilot Dogs are available to legally blind individuals who would benefit from such dogs. An individual is considered legally blind if the visual acuity in their better eye is 20/200 with the best possible correction, or their visual field is 20 degrees or less.
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Pilot Dogs is supported entirely by public contributions. There is no federal, state or city aid. Pilot Dogs, Inc. has been officially recognized by the U.S. Treasury Department as a 501(c)3 tax deductible charity.
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Puppy Raiser

Regardless of the quality of breeding, a pup has little chance of becoming a guide dog unless it is raised in a home and accustomed to playing with children, meeting strangers, having the opportunity to be near traffic and go through an obedience course.
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Pilot Dogs, Inc. Cordially Invites You To Four Paws, Two Feet, One Team, One Campus: New Kennel Building Dedication And Open House


Please join us in a celebration and Open House to honor the completion of our new kennel building. A decade’s long dream for our program is complete – a new kennel building adjacent to our main facility on West Town Street. The new kennel facility allows for growth to serve our students, improves operational efficiency, and contributes to the safety and comfort of our dogs and attending staff.


577 West Town Street. Parking is available directly behind the building. Also, on-street parking available on Skidmore Street.


Sunday, March 26, 2017, 1:00-5:00 p.m.


Bring a friend and celebrate with us! Space is limited and RSVP REQUIRED – Please fill out the form below:

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