Margaret from Sydney’ North Shore was very excited to hear that her sponsored dog, Jodie, has recently graduated as a Therapy Dog.
Last year a number of our Sponsor Puppies finished service dog training and have gone on to become loyal Therapy Dogs and skilled Guide Dogs, thanks to our wonderful Puppy Sponsors. Here’s an update on two of them.
Feedback from our most recent survey has revealed that the emotional and psychological impact of sight loss is far greater than we think.
Thank you so much to everyone who has been part of our unstoppable community of fundraisers.
When we shared Evie’s story at Christmas, so many of you found it touching and inspiring.
Guide Dogs Australia ranked 16th on the 2019 National Reputation Health Report’s list of top 100 brands with the healthiest reputations. The brand appeared ahead of names like Netflix, Kmart and Bonds on the Brand Institute of Australia’s list, and listed as third in the Australian charity sector.
Guide Dog Brogan, who is thought to be the most frequently flown Guide Dog in Australia, has ‘hung up his harness’ in retirement.
Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC, Governor of New South Wales, visited the Guide Dog Centre, at Glossodia in Sydney’s west, in her role as the new Patron of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Young people who are blind or have low vision scale new heights as they climb Mt Tomaree
This International White Cane Day, 15 October 2019, we’re highlighting the importance and increasing role of technology in the everyday lives of people with blindness or low vision.