The Seeing Eye Viewpoint

Raising, training and matching Seeing Eye® dogs is our labor of love. Read the blog to stay current on all of our latest and greatest.

Dave Johnson and Peggy Gibbon smile while holding two bi-color German shepherd puppies. The pups are black and a small amount of tan. Their mother, a sable German shepherd sits nearby.

Welcome Layka and Lindy!

October 26, 2022

The Seeing Eye welcomes two new German Shepherds!

A black Lab Seeing Eye dog in harness sits in front of brightly colored tulips.

Working Animals, Explained

October 19, 2022

Therapy dog, guide dog, Seeing Eye® dog…there are so many different kinds of service and support animals, it can be hard to keep them all straight. Learn the lingo with our simple cheat sheet, and then share it with your family and friends!

usan and her Seeing Eye dog Logan, a golden retriever, walking up stairs in a subway station

“Now I’m free to live my life.”

October 12, 2022

As Susan lost more and more of her vision, she felt her independence decreasing along with it. But then she came to The Seeing Eye and was matched with her first dog Logan.

7 Tips

7 Tips for Interacting with People Who Are Blind

October 5, 2022

Did you know there are many degrees of blindness? For example, some people may see clearly but only in a very limited field; others may be able to see only light, shapes and color; still others may have no vision at all.

A male yellow Labrador retriever lying on the floor under the table in a restaurant.

Raising Robbie: Table Manners

September 29, 2022

Robbie goes to a restaurant!

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