Providing Dog Guides to Canadians with Disabilities
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Volunteering  
  
April 2022 UPDATE

Volunteering is slowly resuming at Dog Guides. We are cautiously welcoming back volunteers (18 years of age and older) to our facilities starting with current/existing volunteers.  Strict health and safety protocols and testing will be in place and must be agreed to and followed. Our #1 priority is to keep our staff, volunteers and dogs safe.  

For anyone new to volunteering, please consider the following opportunities to support LFCDG: 

Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides - organizers, event support 
• Volunteer Sitters 
Foster Puppy Program 
Delta Bingo 

We thank you all for your outreach and continued support. We can’t wait to see everyone back here in time, when the circumstances are right! 


Specialty Sitter Program 

This volunteer opportunity would suit a person who is interested in the dog training process and canine husbandry.  You would love to care for a very special dog who has a future as a trained dog guide.  You may have vet or health care experience and would like to use your skills to contribute to the wellbeing of our dogs.  You should live within 10 to 40 minutes of our Breslau or Oakville training facilities, as Day School sitters will be required to pick up and drop off of a dog regularly. All food and vet costs will be covered in full by Dog Guides. 

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Corporate Volunteer Opportunities:
Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides is grateful for the support of our corporate partners and their commitment to giving back. Our corporate volunteer program offers several opportunities for companies to be involved. However, due to COVID- 19, the volunteer program has changed to offer virtual involvement while promoting team building as a company.

For more information, on virtual corporate volunteer opportunities please download:

Corporate-Volunteer-Opportunities.pdf