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Hope for the future — a new class graduates in WA!

Hope for the future — a new class graduates in WA!

For five families in Western Australia, a long-awaited dream came true last month. After a three year wait, they finally received their Autism Assistance Dogs. These five Assistance Dogs — Oprah, Pixie, Robbo (all privately sponsored), Remi (sponsored by AbbVie), and...

Postcards from Puppyland

Postcards from Puppyland

Every day is an adventure for the seven W-litter puppies! Now that Wren, Watson, Winona, Waverly, Lucky, Wallis and Ariel are a few weeks older, they are mischief-makers, as you can see in this new family album. Taken when they were between 2-6 weeks old, this glimpse...

Welcome to the World!

Welcome to the World!

A few weeks ago, we welcomed a new litter into our family. This litter is made up of five girls and two boys, all yellow. Please meet our wonderful future Assistance Dogs: ● Wren (Girl)● Watson (Boy)● Winona (Girl)● Waverly (Girl)● Willoughby (Boy)● Wallis (Girl)●...

Moving people and pups with purpose

Moving people and pups with purpose

Thanks to Hyundai Help for Kids and Lakes Hyundai, Assistance Dogs Australia now has a brand new Hyundai i-Max people mover. Hyundai Help for Kids has been supporting Assistance Dogs Australia for over four years; sponsoring the training of life-changing pups, and...

Happy National Therapy Animal Day 2020

Happy National Therapy Animal Day 2020

Thursday 30th April marks National Therapy Animal Day 2020! Here’s a quick message from Assistance Dogs Australia’s Occupational Therapists, Claire and Lauren: The Occupational Therapy team at Assistance Dogs Australia would like to acknowledge the skills, enthusiasm...

Hyundai Help for Kids

Hyundai Help for Kids

Hyundai Help for Kids recently ‘hit the road’ with the team from Assistance Dogs Australia to see firsthand the incredible impact their support has had and continues to provide through the Animal Assisted Therapy program. Animal Assisted Therapy uses Assistance Dogs...

Donate to Assistance Dogs Australia through NSW Return and Earn

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. Under this scheme, a 10 cent refund is available when eligible beverage containers are returned to...

Self-Screening Quiz for Puppy Educator Applicants

Self-Screening Quiz for Puppy Educator Applicants

Puppy Education is an incredibly rewarding experience that you will remember for the rest of your life. Not only will you be giving a gorgeous puppy a loving home, but you’ll also be helping to train a potential future Assistance Dog that will change a person’s life...

American Airlines loves our high-flying pups

American Airlines loves our high-flying pups

American Airlines launches emBark, a first-of-its-kind program at Sydney International Airport highlighting the life-transforming impact of our Assistance Dogs Australia. In an Australian first, travellers are able to experience a small dose of the...

The extraordinary philanthrophy of Walter and Eliza Hall lives on

The extraordinary philanthrophy of Walter and Eliza Hall lives on

As we near the end of the sixth consecutive year of their support, we sincerely thank one of our most loyal supporters, Sydney-based charity, the Walter and Eliza Hall Trust. Walter Hall and his wife Eliza were active philanthropists during their...

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