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Photo favorites selected by volunteer Ed...
Guide Dog in advanced training Bob getting some exercise.
Blossom & Blitz
Blossom and Blitz, siblings from our B Litter, in a photo taken for one of our beautiful calendars.
Celia Has A Duck
Celia having some play time during her "advanced training" period .
Guide dog Betty.
Willie with child
Willie sleeps with a member of his family.
Guide Dog in advanced training Bob at the San Antonio Zoo. Bob's new family enjoyed the zoo, so his training included the zoo.
One of the B litter pups (Blossum?) on an early home visit.
Golden retriever and Guide Dog Sammy leads a fun chase.
Puppy in a the play pen at Puppy Handoff Day 2014.
Taken at a "Puppy Hand Off Day". On this day, the puppies born in our Breeding Program move from the Brood Holders home to the homes of volunteer Puppy Raisers until...
Another Poppy picture.
Sammy and Puppy exercise together. Poppy was the very first Brood in our Breeding Program.
Santa Cap Puppy
Sleeping puppy in Santa Claus hat.
Poppy's Mission Conception Monument
Poppy gave birth to the very first litter in our Breeding Program.
GMDI group shot
Three Guide Dog Mobility Instructors , certified by the International Guide Dog Federation, and one Apprentice in Training work their dogs at the Alamo.
The Texas Correctional System teams with Guide Dogs of Texas to have some puppies raised by selected inmates. Benefits man and beast.
Alamo shoot Leaping Dog
Puppy Program dog leaps through the Alamo door.
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Group photo on our campus from our 2010 Guide Dog Calendar.
Elliot and some of his litter mates asking "Whats next?".
Guide Dog in Training Vest
Before they graduate to the harness, our future guide dogs wear these vests when being trained in public. Always ask before you approach any service dog.
Petey, a long haired black German Shepard, plays with other dogs in the "Free Run" area at Guide Dogs of Texas.
Guide Dog in working harness
A good view of our working harnesses. Each is hand crafted and some parts are from England.
Labradoodles are a cross between Labrador Retrievers and Poodles. In addition to being suitable for Guide Dog service, they are hypo-allergenic.
A Guide Dog doing a curb indication for person doing a "blindfold walk" while accompanied by a Guide Dog Instructor. All of our staff and a fair number of volunteers...
Advanced Training Dog and Puppy Program Puppy
Advanced Training Dog and Puppy Program Puppy together beside our Kennel building.
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