We raise puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind!

GUIDE

PUPPIES of

SEATTLE

come&go

These cute little  puppies are bred in San Rafael, California. Dogs from our area return for formal harness training to the Oregon Guide Dog Campus.

long&short

Want to raise a puppy?  You'll receive your puppy at approximately eight weeks old, and he/she will return for formal training between 13 and 18 months old.

love&teach

You will be responsible for teaching your puppy basic obedience, good house manners, and, above all, socializing him to the world.

give&take

We give our puppies love and stability, and in return they make us laugh each and every day.  The end result is pretty cool, too--you will be giving a visually impaired person the gift of freedom.

bitter&sweet

How on earth do you give them up????

It's easy!  Just kidding. We cry, sometimes a lot.  But think of it like sending a child off to college--you hope that they will be successful in life and find a partner to love. And, hey, anything really worth doing can be difficult at times, right?

 

pups&people

People join our group for the puppies and the thought of helping others, but many volunteers end up making life-long friends.  If you can't commit to having a puppy in your home full time, there are other ways to get involved, such as puppy sitting.   Raise a puppy--change a life.  And the life you change is just as likely to be yours!

 

Guide Puppies of Seattle

Non-profit.  All volunteer.  Cool people.  Adorable puppies.  Serious fun.