Aggie Guide-Dogs and Service-Dogs (AGS), is a student-run organization that began in 1997. Our mission is to educate about, fundraise for, and promote the training and use of service dogs and to increase awareness about how these animals help the individuals with disabilities. Our goals are to train puppies to become service dogs, fundraise for these service dogs, and educate the public about service dogs.
Come find us at Texas A&M's bi-annual MSC Open House the second Sunday after the acedmeic school semester starts in the fall and spring to learn all about our organization. We are typically located in the service organization entry way hallway between the main sliding doors. We'd love to answer any and all questions you might have!
Our meetings are in Room 101 of the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH, but called VTH on maps), located in West Campus and 7:00PM. At the meetings we hand out PawPrints to make sure everyone knows what events we have coming up. We also have a listserv for our general members to stay updated with all that we're doing throughout the year!
Want to know more about us? Here is a video link!
How you can help AGS!!
Join AGS! - We hold bi-monthly meetings, weekly socializations, monthly socials, and monthly fundraising events. You can also participate even more through puppy raising, or puppy sitting among other fun activities.
Visit our marketplace for all merchandise!
Buy your own t-shirt – Show your supports for AGS by sporting one of our t-shirts. Available in S, M, L, and XL.
Buy a window decal - Show your support for AGS by putting our logo on your car!