Aggie Guide Dogs & Service Dogs
About Aggie Guide Dogs
Aggie Guide-Dogs and Service-Dogs (AGS), is a student-run organization that began in 1997. The purpose of AGS shall be to educate about, fundraise for, and promote the training and use of guide dogs and service dogs in order to increase awareness about how these animals help the individuals with disabilities who use them.
Come find us at Texas A&M’s bi-annual MSC Open House on the second Sunday after the academic school semester starts. We’d love to answer any and all questions you might have!
Meetings are in Room 601 of Rudder Tower, starting at 8:00 PM. All meetings this semester will also be offered over a zoom call. During meetings, we will have virtual PawPrints to inform our members about our upcoming events. We also have a listserv for our general members to stay updated with everything we’re doing throughout the year!
How you can help AGS
Join AGS! – We hold bi-monthly meetings, bi-monthly training sessions, socials, and fundraising events. You can also participate through puppy training or puppy sitting among other fun activities.
Visit our marketplace for all merchandise! – Show your supports for AGS by sporting one of our t-shirts, decals, or bracelets.
For more information visit the Aggie Guide Dogs website at https://www.ags-tamu.org/