Providing Dog Guides to Canadians with Disabilities
Since the introduction of the Service (formerly known as Special Skills) program in 1991, people 10 years of age or older with physical or medical disabilities have discovered a renewed sense of safety and independence through the use of one of these Dog Guides.

On a daily basis, Service Dog Guides help their handlers retrieve objects, open and close appliances, and open and close doors. These Dog Guides are also trained to bark or activate an alert system when help is needed.

Their ability to perform such a wide range of tasks puts Service Dog Guides in high demand and has proven them to be a vital aid for many individuals.

For more information, or to download the Service Dog Guide application please click here.

Printable SD Physician form to be completed by your Physician (required)

Please save the form and email back to Dorothy Wildhagen.
Please print, complete and return to:
Lions Foundation of Canada
152 Wilson St.
Oakville, ON  L6K 0G6
(905) 842-2891