Photos and Videos
We have a collection going back many years. Some made by us. Some made by volunteers. Some made by students.
Bexar Fest 2019 (3 min)
Guide Dogs of Texas and Harlan High School teamed up to make this entry for the 2019 Bexar County High School Film Festival.
Winner of the Best Sound award!
I Have a Dream (2 min)
Guide Dogs of Texas has a dream to provide Guide Dogs to all blind Texans that could use them.
2019 CFC Campaing (30 seconds)
The Combined Federal Campaign allows people to donate to worthy causes by simply selecting the charities they want to support once a year. Some states, including Texas, also have State Campaigns.
COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN CODE 39803
Some states, including Texas, also have State Campaigns. Our State SECC code is 470019
Jamie explains why we breed our Guide Dogs (2 min)
Jamie speaks to Lucy's Leaders about "intelligent disobedience", the hardest task a guide dog performs.
Santikos and Guide Dogs of Texas - 2018 ( 1 min)
Guide dog users Lou Ann and her guide dog Atlas.
Peggy talks to Kym TV
Kym TV on YouTube documents the charitable giving of Kym Rapier. This includes the Kym Rapier Sight Center and Kym Rapier Puppy Enrichment Area at Guide Dogs of Texas
This video is about the mission Kym’s gifts are supporting. It was made before our wonderful new training facilities were completed.
The making of a Guide Dog (6 min)
The making of a Guide Dog featuring Natalie, Steve, and Cody.
Guide Dogs of Texas - "The Ripple Effect" ( 12 min )
Breeding, raising, training, matching and then fine tuning the new guide dog team at the clients home can transform the life of a blind Texan. And the positive impact ripples out from there.
GDTX 25th Anniversery Video -2014 ( 9 min )
This video was shown at our 25th Anniversary Celebration on October 3rd, 2014. It provides a nice overview of how a Guide Dog team comes into being. Client testimonials from some recent graduates finish up the video and show just how life changing getting a Guide Dog can be.
Award winning Student Presentation ( 10 min )
This video is based on a presentation created and presented by volunteer puppy raiser Katie Morgan. She won both local and regional awards for her presentation.