Pine Tree Guide Dog Users, a nonprofit organization serving Maine’s blind and visually impaired residents who are partnered with guide dogs, recently launched its newly-designed website:

From guide dog puppies in training to guide dog teams at work, the site features content related to all aspects of Maine life with a guide dog.

“Our new website is designed to provide accurate information and resources to a variety of audiences,” said Pauline Lamontagne, president of Pine Tree Guide Dog Users, according to a news release from the organization. “It includes content about living and working with a guide dog, adjusting to vision loss, training guide dog puppies, accessing public places, and much more.”

The site offers something for everyone — whether one is a student gathering information for a school project, a business owner trying to determine how to identify a legitimate service animal, a legislator seeking facts about Maine’s guide dog teams, a blind person wishing to learn more about what it’s like to partner with a guide dog, or anyone else who has an interest in learning more about Maine’s guide dog teams.