Out of the safety for both staff and volunteers, the Guide Dogs of Texas Campus is closed to visitors until the end of July. (Subject to change)

Helping Blind Texans to increase their freedom, mobility and independence

Freedom, Mobility and Independence

"Walking with a guide dog is the purest form of joy I’ve ever experienced. For someone who is blind, the willing heart and bright eyes of a guide dog represent the freedom to travel your life’s path."

- Sandy Merrill, CEO

Serving Texas

"With Bell at my side, people aren’t afraid to approach me anymore – before, they hesitated. It shows how wonderful a dog like Bell can help lower barriers. She has helped erase stereotypes about people with visual impairments."

- Amanda, Graduate

The image shows two cute baby puppies in the nursery. These yellow lab pups are investigating a baby pool.

Upcoming Events

Aug 08
Sep 17
Mar 02

N Litter Birthdays

March 2, 2021

Volunteer Opportunities

Don’t forget, GDTX is still in need of Puppy Raisers!

If you have any interest in raising a future guide dog, contact us today!