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At our Double Dog Dare event, we triple dog dare you to rappel down from 15 stories high. Are you in?

Jackson, a future Leader Dog posing for the camera.
Thank you, Top Dog Lions Clubs

The support of Lions clubs is a vital part of the funding that lets us provide our services at no charge year after year. These clubs are the top 1%.

Jackson, a future Leader Dog posing for the camera.
Your opinions guide us.

We sincerely value your opinions. Your responses to this brief survey will help us better connect with you and other compassionate people who want to help train more Leader Dogs.

Jackson, a future Leader Dog posing for the camera.
Future Leader Dog Jackson is destined for greatness.

Thanks to the dedication of puppy raisers and all our volunteers, we are able to provide our services 100% free of charge.


Make Everyone Unstoppable

With your help and our expertise, more people can travel safer, easier and with greater freedom than ever before. 

Blindness changes everything.

For people who are blind or visually impaired, the loss of sight is only the beginning of a life-changing reality. As the simplest to the most complex everyday tasks become daunting, these individuals often become depressed, anxious and isolated.

Why Leader Dog?

Leader Dog is the answer for thousands of people in critical need of our services. Because we believe every person deserves equal opportunity for independent travel, all of our services are provided at no cost, covering expenses for training, room, and board, and travel to our campus from anywhere in North America.

Webinar: You’re Going Where? GPS Training at Leader Dog

In the fourth installment of our webinar series, staff members discuss why we began offering free GPS devices and training to our clients over a decade ago. Learn about how … Read more

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Congratulations to the 2018–2019 Top Dog Lions Clubs!

Congratulations to our 2018–2019 Top Dog Lions clubs! These clubs made impactful donations to Leader Dog’s mission this past fiscal year. Lions clubs donating $5,000+ to our annual fund qualify … Read more

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Looking Back on Hosting a Breeding Mom

By Gary Lewandowski On April 24, 2019, Leader Dog Mom “Trinket” officially became a “Retired Leader Dog Mom!” She gave the Leader Dog organization four great litters, all so very … Read more

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