Share the Vision
Fidelco's mission continues while we follow protocols to keep both humans and dogs safe. New puppies are being born and raised. Dogs-in-training are learning valuable skills in home environments. Together, we will meet the needs of our remarkable clients for years to come.
Help us Share the Vision!
December 1st is Giving Tuesday
It takes tens of thousands of dollars to raise, train and place a guide dog, but our clients receive them at no cost.
This can only be done with the support of people like you.
Fidelco client and Superintendent for Newington, CT Parks and Recreation Bill D. talks candidly about life with his second guide dog, “Lyric.”
Black Lives Matter
We formed the Fidelco Diversity and Inclusion Council with five employees. This group will evaluate our environment and help to ensure...
View the latest and previous precautionary updates from Fidelco Guide Dogs during the COVID-19 situation.
Make a Donation
You can help ensure freedom and independence for individuals who are visually disabled by making an on-line donation today.
Puppy Raisers take our pups at 8 weeks of age, love and care for them, then return them to us for formal guide dog training at 15 months old.
Apply for a Guide Dog
Partnering with a guide dog is a big decision, and it's one that can be truly life-changing. Learn more about applying today!
Changing Lives, One Guide Dog at a Time
Fidelco guide dog puppy "Denise"
Fidelco guide dog puppy “Denise” is named in honor of WFSB Channel 3 news anchor Denise D’Ascenzo who passed away late last year.
Being a Puppy Raiser is so rewarding!
"Since I became a volunteer puppy raiser it has changed my life. It has taught me about responsibility, unconditional love, and at the same time I am working towards helping to make a difference in someone's life. And for me that is the most important."