Five up-and-coming Guide Dogs were presented with their very first harness at a special Guide Dog NSW/ACT ceremony in Wollongong.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is calling on locals in Wollongong, Kiama, Berry and Nowra to play an invaluable role in preparing a Guide Dog puppy it for its career as a life-changing Guide Dog,
How does someone who is blind or vision impaired enjoy the sensory overload and visual spectacular that is the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras?
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is excited to be involved in a pilot of a canine support program in the ACT Magistrates Court.
Michele won the top title for her tournament in the 2018 Blind Golf World Championships in Rome.
New research from two different surveys has revealed an over-eager Australian public misunderstand how to best assist people who are blind or who have sight loss, in the lead up to International White Cane Day on 15 October.
Today we are proud to announce that the Puppy Raising Program will now be available in Canberra and ACT. Locals are now able to play an invaluable role in preparing a Guide Dog puppy it for its career as a life changing Guide Dog.
At seven weeks of age, our future Guide Dog puppies leave the Guide Dogs Centre or the homes of their Home Whelping and Rearing volunteers to be raised by volunteer Puppy Raisers. These dedicated Puppy Raisers provide a loving home for the pups for 12 months before returning them to the Guide Dogs Centre to start their official Guide Dog training. Here is a glimpse of what the first few weeks is like for new recruits.
Guide Dog Schools from across globe converge on Sydney for International Guide Dog Federation Seminar
Three hundred delegates representing more than 90 Guide Dog Schools and Associations from across the globe will converge on Sydney this 14 - 16 September for the International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF) Seminar.
Ajax, a two-year-old yellow Labrador from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, has now joined Trundle Central School as a Therapy Dog.