Embracing the opportunity to share our knowledge and expertise 

The Guide Dog Foundation has compiled the following list of resources in an effort to provide helpful and useful information to our community about assistance dog etiquette, care and travel tips as well as other information about canine care.  If you have any questions, or need additional information, please contact our Consumer Service team at 631-930-9070 or via email at ConsumerServices@GuideDog.org

Canine Care Tips

Each season poses different potential hazards to your assistance dog or family pet.  Exposure to these seasonal hazards can be preventable with some thoughtful planning.  Below you'll find care information for the cold and warm seasons along with information on natural disaster preparation.  Click on the buttons below to learn more.








Assistance Dog Etiquette

Guide dogs are the guiding eyes for people who are blind or visually impaired, and they are specially bred and trained for this most important job.


Dog Emergency 

If you experience a medical emergency with your dog, or if your dog escapes from your property and you cannot locate it, please follow these procedures. 
 

Travel Tips

Click the link below to read what the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) suggests for successful airline travel.