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Please help 'Keep our Kennels Running'

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If you've ever had a dog, you already have an idea of what we're up against ...
... blankets and beds ... chew toys ... leads and collars ...vaccinations ...
... a good balanced diet ...vet checks ... grooming ... emergency operations.

Now multiply that by 170!

As you can probably imagine, 170 dogs and puppies go through a lot of stuff that's essential to keeping our Guide Dogs Training Centre running and that's why we need your help.

Chance and his friends need heroes like you

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By making a gift today, you will help to provide our puppies, like Chance, with the essential equipment they need to grow, thrive and develop into life-changing Guide Dogs.

Chance is an adorable four-week-old puppy who, with your support, will have the opportunity to become a fully-fledged Guide Dog and help someone overcome some of the challenges of living with vision loss or blindness.

Please will you 'Keep our Kennels Running' for a pup like Chance by making a donation today?

Your gift will mean we can carry on raising, training and producing even more amazing Guide Dogs for those who are waiting for them.

To make a donation over the phone please call (02) 9412 9300 during business hours.

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible.

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Guide Dog Training

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Thank you for your support! Your donation will help us to train our puppies into life changing Guide Dogs.

Our Services

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All of our services are provided free of charge and as we receive very little government funding we need your help.