Assistance Dogs New South Wales

Assistance Dogs Return and Earn
Feb 21 2020

Donate to Assistance Dogs Australia through NSW Return and Earn

  Starting from 24th, people in NSW will be able to donate to Assistance Dogs Australia by participating in the Return and Earn drink container recycling scheme....
Jun 07 2018

Andrew and Benji’s story

Like many people living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Andrew was a man struggling with everyday life. He served in the military for 15 years, twice in...
Jun 07 2018

Rook and Turbo’s story

Life has well and truly changed for seven year old Rook who has Autism. These days, he is showing more confidence. Rook’s dad Adam says, “Rook is opening up and talking...
Jun 07 2018

Jarrah and Woody’s story

Six months ago, Woody entered the life of 12 year old Jarrah, a young man with autism, and things just haven’t been the same since. When Jarrah becomes upset about...
Jun 07 2018

Kalinda School and Echo’s story

Echo the Educational Support Dog spends her days working at school, and evenings and weekends with Principal Belinda Wallace. She is a much-loved part of Kalinda...
Jun 07 2018

Lake Illawarra High School and Benson’s story

Martin Moore, Head Teacher of the Support Unit at Lake Illawarra High School applied for an Educational Support Dog in 2012. He is so pleased with how Benson is doing...
Jun 07 2018

Daniel and Nellie’s story

Nineteen year old Daniel suffers from spinal muscular atrophy type 2, restricting him to a wheelchair and greatly reducing his independence and mobility. Now he has a...
Jun 07 2018

Kathy and Vero’s story

Assistance Dogs Australia’s newest service dog, Vero, has been making paw prints on the hearts of those in the Winston Hills community. But the deepest mark he’s made,...
Jun 07 2018

Abby and Jemima’s story

Eleven year old Abby has the best friend ever - an Assistance Dog named Jemima who has quickly became one of the family. “She’s my furry sister,” said Abby. Abby has...
Jun 07 2018

Amanda and Tiggy’s story

Assistance Dogs Australia’s Service Dog Tiggy and his recipient Amanda McKenzie from Wagga Wagga definitely got off on the right paw. “I like to call Tiggy my time and...

It costs over $40,000 to train and place an Assistance Dog.

 

Your donation helps covers training, vaccinations and equipment for an Assistance Dog, who is given to a client free of charge.

 

Donate Now

About us  |  Support us  |  Services  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Contact us