Get involved Puppy Sponsorship

By making a regular contribution to our Guide Dog training programs, you help adorable puppies grow into highly skilled Guide Dogs.

You will receive regular updates on all of our puppy litters and share in the joys and triumphs of each puppy’s journey towards Guide Dog training.

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What we do

Our support is flexible and personal. We’re famous for our Guide Dogs, but they’re just one of the ways we help people find their way to a more independent life.

We offer a wide range of specialist support to help you achieve your goals, regardless of your age or vision level.

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Gifts in Wills

The decision to leave a gift in your Will to Guide Dogs can make a profound difference to a person living with vision impairment or a child with autism, and their family.

You may never meet the person whose life your kindness changes, but they will never forget you.

Learn more about leaving a gift to Guide Dogs in your Will

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Shop Guide Dogs products

Purchasing products is a rewarding way to help Guide Dogs continue providing our specialist services to enable independence for people living with vision impairment, children with autism and their families.

Every product you buy supports our puppies-in-training on their journey to become Guide Dogs, Autism Assistance Dogs, or Therapy Dogs.

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Fundraise for Guide Dogs

Did you know it costs more than $50,000 to train a Guide Dog, Autism Assistance Dog, or Therapy Dog?

Our vital work means so much to people living with vision impairment, children with autism, and their families. With minimal Government funding and a growing demand for our specialist support, we rely on our dedicated supporters to help us raise much-needed funds and continue changing lives.

Learn how you can raise funds for Guide Dogs

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Nurture a growing Guide Dog

Our volunteer Puppy Raisers care for our puppies on their journey to become Guide Dogs, Autism Assistance Dogs and Therapy Dogs.

You can play an essential role in their development, integrating the puppy into your daily routines and introducing them to a range of new experiences and environments as they prepare for their important career. The goal is to nurture each puppy so they become well socialised, confident and focused before they embark on their formal training program.

Learn more about becoming a Puppy Raiser